Lawmakers have two weeks to pass a series of bills and a spending plan that addresses beefed up school security and tighter access to guns.
It could be a bumpy ride. Incoming House Speaker Jose Oliva, R-Miami Lakes, said "there will be a tremendous amount of politics surrounding the issue."
Although Oliva said the House and Senate plan was a "bi-partisan effort" no Democrats were present when it was announced Friday.
The House and Senate plan includes:
— Mandatory 21 age limit for the purchase of any guns.
— Three-day waiting period for gun buys to allow for "adequate" background check.
— Bump stock ban.
— Statewide commission to investigate Parkland massacre, including system failures. It will examine evidence and make recommendations.
— School personnel will get deputized by law enforcement to carry guns. Corcoran said teachers must go through training to have a dual law enforcement role.
— Each school to have an "assessment team" to evaluate students who may be a threat.
— No assault weapons ban. It would "hurt law-abiding citizens and doesn't address the root of the problem."