67 NRA-Approved Politicians Voted For New Florida Gun Control Bill: Report

67 NRA-Approved Politicians Voted For New Florida Gun Control Bill: ReportFlorida enacted its first gun control measures in more than two decades on Friday when Gov. Rick Scott (R) signed the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act ― in open defiance of the National Rifle Association. As the Trace reported, 67 members of the Florida House and Senate with “A” or “A-plus” ratings from the gun rights group voted for the bill. If you count Scott, who earned an A-plus rating himself, that makes 68 NRA-approved politicians who chose to break with the group.



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