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Florida's Legislature Is Considering New Gun Regulations Following School Shooting

NPR Wednesday, 21 February 2018
Florida's Legislature Is Considering New Gun Regulations Following School ShootingStudents from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are in Tallahassee lobbying state legislators to pass new gun regulations following last week's shooting. State Sen. Bill Galvano, a Republican, has introduced a six-point framework and hopes the proposals can come to a floor vote next week.
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News video: Florida Students Demand New Gun Controls in March on State Capitol

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Thousands of high school students marched on Old Capitol in Tallahassee, Florida on Wednesday, February 21, demanding new gun control laws following the latest deadly school shooting in the US.This video was captured by eyewitness Janelle Nadine on South Monroe Street, Tallahassee. It shows students...

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