Some exclusives by Mary Ellen Klas in the Miami Herald

Guns are ‘the issue of our time.’ Florida Senate leaders talk of taking action.

Two mass shootings that left 31 dead and renewed a national call for better attention to the warning signs of homegrown terrorism have revived the debate in Florida’s Capitol over how to curb gun violence. Stirring the debate is Senate President Bill Galvano, the Bradenton Republican who this week sent signals he is prepared to use political capital to pass gun legislation in an election year.
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