Since the Feb. 14 shooting at a Parkland High School left 17 dead, Florida lawmakers have vowed that they would do something to make sure it never happened again.

Today, the Florida House will vote on a bill that some say does just that. Others say it doesn’t even come close. Some say it makes schools even more dangerous. It already passed the Florida Senate on Monday.

PRIOR COVERAGE: Emotional Florida House appears on verge of approving bill on guns and school security.

Florida Senate votes 20-18 to approve gun restrictions and arming school officials.

5 things you need to know today about Florida’s gun politics.