FL Pols Disagree on How to Cut Youth Shootings

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When Florida's annual 60-day legislative session gets under way next month, lawmakers will be looking for ways to keep kids safe from guns, reports the Tampa Bay Times. Statewide, the number of children killed by guns has risen nearly 20 percent since 2010. Child gun injuries went up 36 percent. Possible solutions differ radically along party lines. Democrats want to . . .

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