Miami (Avicenna), m. The US state governor, Rick Scott, has signed a bill on the proposed proposal to provide guns to the school’s staff and to facilitate the gun purchase process. With that it has become law.
After a three-week emotional debate, the bill was passed by the Florida legislature on Wednesday.
This law raises the minimum age of gun purchase from 18 to 21 and prohibits the semi automatic gun from fully automatic converting equipment.
The influential lobby group of the law has expressed opposition to the ‘National Rifle Association’.
The law has been implemented in the wake of a gun-ban on the nationwide gun attack in a high school in Parkland, Florida. The attack took place on February 14 and killed 17 students and school staff.