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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    The whiny Florida democrats want more. The democrats voted again not the bill

    Florida lawmakers pass historic gun-control bill - Orlando Sentinel
    Its not just the democrats. A majority of Floridians want stricter gun control measures..


    GOP poll in Florida shows strong support for assault weapons ban | Tampa Bay Times

    A majority of Floridians support a ban on the sale of assault weapons, including a majority of Florida gun owners, according to a poll conducted by this week by the Florida Senate Republican leaders.

    The measure is the latest sign that the bills drafted by the House and Senate and expected to be unveiled on Friday may fall short of what most Floridians want lawmakers to do after the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14 that killed 17 students and teachers.

    "There is support for going farther," acknowledged Sen. Bill Galvano, R-Bradenton, the incoming Senate leader, in an interview with the Times/Herald. But, he said, the bill to be unveiled on Friday will not include an assault weapons ban. He added, "I'm not under any illusion that the issue will not come up." "It has to have local control to work," Moskowitz said. "The state will fund, but you have to opt-in to the program and the criteria for certification is rigorous."

    Although the House and Senate have not indicated they will include a ban on high-capacity magazines, the poll also asked voters about them, and the majority of those responding also opposed giving access to the high-powered ammunition.

    In addition to overwhelming support for an assault weapons ban and opposition to "arming teachers," the other components of the proposed legislation outlined by Galvano have overwhelming public support.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptif219 View Post
    The democrats voted again not the bill
    what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by a777pilot View Post
    Just Obama's actions. If it walks like a, and it looks like a, and it talks like a...then the chances are it's a muslim.
    His actions? Exactly what were those actions and if he was a Muslim, so what? However, your religious bigotry is duly noted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HenryPorter View Post
    Maybe not, nobody is seeing their tax cut. And as it is, gas increases and coastering stock market has eliminated it for most people regardless. Not seeing maga.
    Sorry you are blinded by your partisan hate

    Workers celebrate more money in paychecks after tax cuts | Fox News

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tedminator View Post
    oh? What is it about Governor Scott signing a gun control bill do you think I did not understand?

    Show the gun control in the law

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tedminator View Post
    Its not just the democrats. A majority of Floridians want stricter gun control measures..


    GOP poll in Florida shows strong support for assault weapons ban | Tampa Bay Times

    A majority of Floridians support a ban on the sale of assault weapons, including a majority of Florida gun owners, according to a poll conducted by this week by the Florida Senate Republican leaders.

    The measure is the latest sign that the bills drafted by the House and Senate and expected to be unveiled on Friday may fall short of what most Floridians want lawmakers to do after the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14 that killed 17 students and teachers.

    "There is support for going farther," acknowledged Sen. Bill Galvano, R-Bradenton, the incoming Senate leader, in an interview with the Times/Herald. But, he said, the bill to be unveiled on Friday will not include an assault weapons ban. He added, "I'm not under any illusion that the issue will not come up." "It has to have local control to work," Moskowitz said. "The state will fund, but you have to opt-in to the program and the criteria for certification is rigorous."

    Although the House and Senate have not indicated they will include a ban on high-capacity magazines, the poll also asked voters about them, and the majority of those responding also opposed giving access to the high-powered ammunition.

    In addition to overwhelming support for an assault weapons ban and opposition to "arming teachers," the other components of the proposed legislation outlined by Galvano have overwhelming public support.
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    According to the democrat run liberal news

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tedminator View Post
    what?

    Meant they voted against the bill

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    Heh heh. It isn't money that is going to do it for Gubb'ner Alien, it will require Scott forcing voters to forget how much we can't stand him. He is not the most popular Governor. Scott is shady.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minotaur View Post
    Heh heh. It isn't money that is going to do it for Gubb'ner Alien, it will require Scott forcing voters to forget how much we can't stand him. He is not the most popular Governor. Scott is shady.
    Well at least you didn't come out and make lies about him like someone else here did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minotaur View Post
    Heh heh. It isn't money that is going to do it for Gubb'ner Alien, it will require Scott forcing voters to forget how much we can't stand him. He is not the most popular Governor. Scott is shady.
    Scott is popular except for you democrats Scott will beat useless Nelson

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