How has your Florida senator voted on assault weapons and arming teachers so far?

The full Senate will vote Monday afternoon.
Senate President Joe Negron and Senator Rob Bradley.
Senate President Joe Negron and Senator Rob Bradley.
Published March 5, 2018|Updated March 5, 2018

After a long Saturday session, the Florida Senate will vote Monday afternoon on S.B. 7026, a package of gun policy changes in the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.

The vote will come after more than 150 proposed amendments, many of which were submitted by Democrats and went nowhere.

Many of those amendments that did reach a recorded vote addressed allowing teachers and other school staff to carry firearms on campus, increasing the age required to buy a gun or banning assault weapons or bump stocks.

Here's how Florida Senators voted on those ideas, which have come up at committees and on Saturday's floor votes on amendments:

An amendment to ban possession of bump stocks passed Saturday by a voice vote.