After filing nearly a dozen gun-related bills for the 2017 legislative session and seeing none of them become law, state Sen. Greg Steube is scaling back on his proposals for 2018 and focusing on less controversial measures.Steube, R-Sarasota, filed two gun bills this week. One bill would allow concealed weapon permit holders to carry a gun up to a courthouse security checkpoint and leave the weapon with security. The other would require a business to provide security if it prohibits people from carrying concealed weapons and would make that business liable if someone prohibited from carrying a weapon is injured by another person or animal.A third gun bill in the works would clarify that accidentally exposing a concealed weapon is not a crime, Steube said
We are not getting Good Gun Bill for next year due to the sudden loss of testicles by the GOP legislators.
This is no longer a case of one or two senators or one representatives cowering to the supposedly power of the Anti Gun Groups, we are seeing a full contagion going on and it is because we have been kind and voted for them come hell or high water. It is our fault, we are suffering from a political form of Battered Wife Syndrome and it has to stop.
We don’t vote for GOP next election.
We don’t vote for GOP next election unless we see good bills reaching the desk of the Governor. Hell, I will even make it easy: Just get Open Carry to the Governor’s hands, but make sure it is veto-proof.
Dear Florida GOP Legislators: We no longer will pay for commodities we are not getting.