Deadly School Shooting In Parkland COMPLETE COVERAGEPHOTOS
Gov. Scott: ‘We Have To Make Changes’ On School SafetyIdeas like metal detectors, better coordination between agencies and making sure guns stay out of the hands of mentally ill people were among the solutions brought up by three groups gave to Governor Rick Scott.
Florida Gun Law Restrictions Can Punish Local Officials Personally If local Florida officials want to pass firearm restrictions in response to the latest mass killing with an assault weapon, they risk being suspended from office, fined and sued.
Assault Rifle Ban Bill Voted Down In Florida HouseThe state House voted down a motion to take up a bill that would ban assault rifles, effectively killing the measure for this session.
Lawyer Linked To Ex-Trump Aide Pleads Guilty To LyingSpecial counsel Robert Mueller has charged a lawyer with allegedly lying to investigators about covering up his discussions about Ukraine with former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates.
President Trump Moves To Ban 'Bump Stocks'President Trump urges ban on gun devices like bump stocks, which make it easier to fire rounds more quickly.
Mental Health Strategies Sought In Wake Of School MassacrePanel of experts discuss mental health strategies in the wake of high school shooting rampage that left 17 people dead.
'NRA Is Not Okay': Students Taking 'Never Again' Movement To WashingtonIt's a chant we're hearing a lot since the deadly shooting that killed 17 at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. 
Trump's Willingness To Improve Background Checks May Not Be Enough For Student ActivistsPresident Trump "is supportive of efforts to improve the federal background check system" for those buying guns, a White House spokesperson said Monday. This less than a week after the deadly Parkland school shooting. 
83-Year-Old GOP Donor Is Closing His Wallet To Anyone Against Gun Law ChangeA major republican donor in Florida is threatening to cut off funding to politicians who oppose a ban on assault weapons.
Scott Calls Meetings On School Safety, Mental HealthGov. Scott says a series of meetings will be held to address school-safety and mental-health issues after the deadly school shooting.
Students After Florida Shooting: You're Either With Us Or Against UsIn the aftermath of a deadly school shooting, students who survived it say they can no longer endure inaction. 
Turning Anger Into Activism: School Shooting Victims Say 'Never Again'A social media movement is being started, labeled with the hashtag #NeverAgain.

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