Florida firestorm focuses on gun data ‘fishing’ trips

A lawsuit has been filed by gun-ban advocates over Florida’s new law that prevents physicians from grilling children in the name of “safety” about any firearms their parents may own, but Second Amendment experts say there’s an underlying agenda that plainly aims to discourage gun ownership and compile a database on those who won’t cooperate in getting rid of weapons.

The Orlando Sentinel reported that Florida Gov. Rick Scott signed a law that says doctors and other medical personnel cannot ask patients about gun ownership or guns in their homes and record the responses unless it is connected to the medical treatment.



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