These are the gun law changes Florida lawmakers could take up in 2017
Legislators have proposed several law changes for the upcoming 2017 session that would either expand or restrict gun ownership and possession.
None of the proposals have yet been vetted by lawmakers or are on the calendar to be heard in legislative committees, although at least a few are likely to be taken up. Companion bills typically need to be filed in both the House and the Senate in order for a proposal to have a chance at becoming law.
Find the full list of 2017 gun bills here. (Note: This list will be updated if and when more bills are filed.)
-- What gun rights supporters want: Read here.
-- What gun safety advocates want: Read here.
-- How the NRA and Republicans control the debate in Florida: Read here.