The Florida Senate Monday laid the groundwork for sane, workable legislation that might make schools safer while minimizing to some degree the threat of firearms in the hands of potentially unstable people.
By a 20-18 margin, the Senate passed a broad-based school safety bill and moved it on to the House. It is likely to be picked apart and weakened by hardliners there, which is unfortunate but not surprising.
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