Florida lawmakers on Wednesday passed new gun legislation that will restrict sales of some rifles, and include a program to arm some teachers in response to the Parkland school shooting that killed 17 people. The legislation got final approval from the state House. It now heads to the Governor Rick Scott's desk for his signature. The Republican leader said he supports most of the bill, but maintained that he opposes arming teachers. On Wednesday, he told reporters he would "read the bill" and "talk to parents," but did not say if he would sign it.


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