It’s clear that Florida lawmakers haven’t done much in passing any new laws to address gun violence after a spate of mass shootings, including the 2016 Pulse night club shooting that left 49 dead, and 2017’s shooting in Fort Lauderdale that left another five dead.
But what are state lawmakers saying they are willing to do or consider after the Parkland mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High that left 17 dead?
The Times/Herald sought answers from the Legislature’s 155 lawmakers about what can be done after the latest mass shooting. Many of your lawmakers didn’t answer, though all received the questions Thursday afternoon.
Here are the responses so far.