Statement Concerning the Florida Legislature’s Failure to Pass HB 7065
Stand with Parkland – The National Association of Families for Safe Schools released the following statement concerning the Florida Legislature’s failure to pass the next bill in a series of common-sense school safety laws, HB 7065, to enhance the process started by the Marjory Stoneman Douglas P
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I lost my daughter at Parkland. Even small changes to stop gun violence count as progress.
Gina Montalto, my straight-A, kindhearted, bubbly, 14-year-old daughter, was a freshman and one of the 17 wonderful souls killed by a gunman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., on Valentine’s Day 2018.
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