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‘Open Carry’ Gun Law Shoots Past Committee Vote

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami) – A bill that would allow Florida gun owners to openly carry their weapons is headed to a full vote. 307 more words

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Florida Considers "Open Carry" Gun Law

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Florida has more concealed gun permits than any state in the country.

If some legislators get their way those one point three million gun owners may soon be able to carry that weapon on their hip for all to see. 767 more words

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Charging Juveniles As Adults Sparks Legislative Debate

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – Bills are moving in the House and Senate that would limit the ability of Florida prosecutors to charge juvenile offenders as adults, a legal practice known as “direct file.” 786 more words

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Prosecuting Juveniles As Adults Draws Legislative Debate

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TALLAHASSEE (NSF) – Bills are moving in the House and Senate that would limit the ability of Florida prosecutors to… 797 more words

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Bill Takes Aim At Prosecuting Juveniles As Adults

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TALLAHASSEE (NSF) – A Florida House panel on Tuesday approved a measure that would limit the ability of prosecutors to charge juveniles as adults — as supporters vowed to press for further reforms as the issue moves through the Legislature. 587 more words

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Campus Gun Carry Bill Ready For House Vote

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TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – A proposal that would allow gun owners with concealed-weapons licenses to hang onto their handguns while on state university and college campuses is ready to go to the House floor. 544 more words

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School Guns Bill Likely Dead

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TALLAHASSEE (NSF) – A Senate bill that would allow school superintendents to tap employees or volunteers to carry concealed weapons on school property was effectively killed by a committee Wednesday, meaning that two high-profile proposals blending firearms and education could fail during the legislative session. 333 more words

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