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Gun Registration Site Crashes As Deadline Looms, Preventing Owners From Complying...

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California passed a bill expanding its already lengthy definition of “assault weapon.” Under SB 880 and AB 113, which became effective in January 2017, “assault weapon” now includes firearms that are required to be equipped with a bullet button or a similar magazine locking device.

Florida Cities Sue Governor Over Gun Regulations Law

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Claim law is unconstitutional WESTON, Fla. (AP) — A Florida law prohibiting local governments from enacting their own gun regulations is invalid and unconstitutional, according...

Bay Area Students Come Out In The Thousands Joining The Worldwide...

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Thousands Of Tampa Bay Area Students Join Florida & Students Worldwide In #MarchForOurLives. Tampa had a large number of students join the protest.

Push to Let Florida Voters Decide Gun Restrictions Fails

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Would have made room for restrictions in state constitution TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Floridians won’t get a chance to vote this fall on adding gun...

School Walkout Encourages Political Activity

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Like it or not, high school students are part of the school safety discussion There is a serious discussion going on in and around America’s...

Florida Senate to Vote On Safety Bill Monday

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Bill revised, approved for final vote In a rare weekend session of the Florida Legislature, the state senate approved the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School...

Florida School Shooting: Trump endorses raising minimum age to 21 for...

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Florida School Shooting: Trump endorses raising the minimum age to 21 for more weapons.. The new change of position to move the age to 21,

Parkland Students Head To Tallahassee To Beg Lawmakers & Gov. Scott...

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Parkland Students Head To Tallahassee To Beg Lawmakers & Gov. Scott For Stronger Gun Laws

For Floridians and other Americans the issue on guns: It’s complicated

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Americans have long had a complex relationship with guns. Now, a new study shows that the country’s deep political divide is reflected in attitudes toward gun control. The Pew survey released Thursday found a sharp drop in overall support for gun control despite common ground on some key issues. For example, when people were asked whether it was more important to protect gun rights or control gun ownership, 51 percent favored gun control and 47 percent favored gun rights. Compare that with responses in 2000, when two-thirds of those surveyed said they supported gun control measures.