Parkland shooting: Florida teachers could carry guns under bill sent to Gov. Ron DeSantis
Thursday, 2 May 2019
Heated, emotional debate. Hard questions. Snippy answers. A slew of "unfriendly amendments." How
Florida passed bill after Parkland shooting.
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