The Latest: NRA lobbyist takes emanate with Florida gun plans

The Latest on a lethal Florida propagandize sharpened (all times local):

7 p.m.

The National Rifle Association’s longtime Florida lobbyist has sent an email warning criticizing gun reserve proposals introduced by a administrator and lawmakers.

Former NRA President Marion P. Hammer sent a email patrician “Don’t Let Them Blame You For Parkland” on Friday evening.

Earlier in a day, Gov. Rick Scott and legislators announced their skeleton to make schools safer in response to a mass sharpened that left 17 people passed during Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland final week.

Hammer says a due three-day watchful duration to buy a gun would not have stopped a Parkland shooter, a anathema on strike bonds is irrelevant and lifting a smallest age to buy a gun to 21 would be unfair.

She also mentions several proposals a NRA could support, such as “hardening a schools,” putting officers in schools and training proffer teachers to use guns.

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Fashion residence Gucci is a latest donor to give $500,000 to students organizing marches conflicting gun violence.

Public family partner Veronica Mineo reliable in an email Friday that Gucci will be donating a income to a “March for Our Lives” movement. The concession was initial reported in WWD.

Students are mobilizing a Mar 24 impetus in Washington to titillate lawmakers to order worse gun control in response to a sharpened that left 17 passed final week during a Florida high school.

Actor George Clooney and mother Amal, media noble Oprah Winfrey, executive Steven Spielberg and DreamWorks Animation owners Jeffrey Katzenberg have all affianced $500,000 donations to a activists.

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5:40 p.m.

A Republican lawmaker from Florida and a longtime member of a National Rifle Association says he now supports an attack arms ban.

U.S. Rep. Brian Mast is a maestro of a fight in Afghanistan and mislaid both legs when a roadside explosve detonated. He is portion his initial tenure in a House.

Writing in The New York Times, Mast says he didn’t worry about apropos a misadventure in Afghanistan and he’s not disturbed about apropos a “political casualty” now.

He says he supports defining what constitutes an attack firearm and not permitting them for destiny purchase, usually as is with entirely involuntary weapons.

Mast is violation from a immeasurable infancy of GOP lawmakers in a arise of final week’s propagandize sharpened that left 17 people dead.

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5:20 p.m.

A lady tighten to a teen charged with murdering 17 people during a Florida high propagandize warned a FBI he had rifles and said, “I know he is going to explode.”

That’s according to a twin of a Jan. 5 tip to a FBI’s call center, that was performed Friday by The Associated Press. The FBI has concurred it unsuccessful to examine a tip about 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz. But a transcript, initial reported by The Wall Street Journal, provides new details.

The lady described Cruz’s brief rage and pronounced he had a “mental ability of a 12 to 14 year old.”

She pronounced Cruz posted cinema of weapons on amicable media, writing, “I wish to kill people.”

The lady told a FBI, “I do trust something’s going to happen.”

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3:30 p.m.

U.S. House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, who was critically draining by a gunman final year during a congressional ball practice, says he is “irate” that a sheriff’s emissary did not try to stop a shooter during a Florida high propagandize final week.

The Louisiana Republican says he was “blessed” that dual U.S. Capitol military officers intent a shooter during a ball practice, saving Scalise and other members of Congress.

Scalise told Fox Business Network that in Florida, “you had an armed emissary stealing out instead of interlude a shooter. The FBI had this kid’s name months ago … and let him trip by a cracks. It creates we irate.”

Scalise pronounced there’s “no sorcery bill” that will forestall a subsequent occurrence when laws “already on a books weren’t being enforced.”

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2:30 p.m.

Major League Baseball is honoring victims of a Florida propagandize sharpened by wearing caps with a school’s initials.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School ball manager Todd Fitz-Gerald and his sons were guest of a Houston Astros for their open opener conflicting a Washington Nationals on Friday. The manager pronounced that removing a impulse to stop meditative about a Valentine’s Day tragedy that left 17 people passed by removing behind to a competition he loves was a relief.

The rest of a Stoneman Douglas ball group and a school’s softball group spent time with a Miami Marlins before their diversion conflicting a St. Louis Cardinals. Marlins players and staff wore maroon shirts that review “MSD STRONG” before a game, and arch executive officer and partial owners Derek Jeter mingled with a teams and even acted for selfies with some players.

Many teams will have players pointer a caps and they will be auctioned to advantage a victims and families influenced by a shooting.

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1:15 p.m.

The Florida legislature’s gun reserve offer would concede lerned teachers to be armed, a pivotal disproportion from a governor’s plan.

State Senate President Joe Negron says a corner offer by a state legislature will take petrify stairs to make schools safer in response to a mass sharpened that left 17 people passed during a high propagandize final week.

Negron done a comments Friday afternoon, after Gov. Rick Scott announced his gun reserve plan.

The legislature’s offer is identical to Scott’s, including requiring people to be during slightest 21 to gun a buy and banning a sale of strike stocks. The devise also increases appropriation for mental health issues involving students and immature adults.

House Speaker Richard Corcoran pronounced a legislature’s offer also would concede a clergyman who has finished a training compulsory to be a law coercion officer to lift a gun in school. He called that aspect of a devise a “game changer.”

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12:45 p.m.

Florida’s Democratic senator says a Republican governor’s devise to forestall gun attack is display “weak” care in a arise of a sharpened that killed 17 people during a high school.

In a statement, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson pronounced Gov. Rick Scott’s offer to anathema a sale of firearms to anyone younger than 21 is “the unclothed minimum.”

The senator pronounced Scott’s devise doesn’t safeguard extensive rapist credentials checks or anathema weapons such as a AR-15 character purloin used in a sharpened during Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

Nelson pronounced that instead of listening to students, relatives and teachers perfectionist action, Scott is “once again selecting to listen usually to a NRA.”

The administrator met with students Wednesday night.

Nelson pronounced a AR-15 needs to be criminialized and rapist credentials checks need to be stretched for anyone shopping a gun.

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The Florida governor’s newly announced gun reserve devise focuses on gripping firearms out of a hands of aroused people.

Gov. Rick Scott pronounced during a Friday news discussion in Tallahassee that he wants to make it “virtually impossible” for a dangerous chairman to get a gun.

Scott’s devise creates a “violent hazard confining order” permitting a justice to forestall a aroused chairman from carrying a gun when family member of law coercion officers benefaction justification of a threat.

In addition, anyone involuntarily committed for mental health diagnosis would be compulsory to obey their firearms for a smallest of 60 days.

People theme to protecting orders for stalking, cyberstalking and domestic attack would also be taboo from carrying or shopping a gun.

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Broward County Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie pronounced teachers returning to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Friday are doing their best to be strong.

Runcie told reporters outward a Parkland propagandize that he did not wish to see teachers in his district carrying guns in a future. He pronounced he was “totally conflicting defending teachers” since “they have a severe pursuit as it is.”

Authorities have pronounced a armed propagandize apparatus officer on campus did zero to stop a shooter who killed 17 people during a propagandize on Valentine’s Day.

Runcie pronounced he did not know because a officer unsuccessful to act, though there was zero prohibiting him from entering a building where a sharpened began.

Runcie pronounced students and teachers who do not wish to ever lapse to a high propagandize will be eliminated to other schools in a county.

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11:45 a.m.

Florida’s administrator is proposing a three-point devise to forestall gun attack that includes banning a sale of firearms to anyone younger than 21 in a arise of a mass sharpened that killed 17 people during a Florida high school.

Gov. Rick Scott announced a devise during a news discussion Friday in Tallahassee. He began by reading aloud a names of a victims who were fatally shot a Feb. 14 during Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

Scott’s devise also calls for a lerned law coercion officer in any propagandize in Florida by a time a 2018 propagandize year begins. He is proposing one officer for any 1,000 students on campus. Stoneman Douglas had one armed apparatus officer, who never entered a propagandize during a shooting.

The sale of strike bonds will be totally criminialized underneath a proposal.

The devise will need imperative active shooter training during all schools. Students, teachers and staff contingency finish all training and “code red” drills by a finish of a initial week of any semester.

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11 a.m.

An off-duty military officer who was on a Florida high propagandize campus during a mass sharpened says a draining tyro supposing “spot on” fact about a shooter.

Coral Springs military Sgt. Jeff Heinrich pronounced during a news discussion Friday that he was assisting with upkeep on a Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School ball margin Feb. 14 when a sharpened pennyless out.

Heinrich says he ran toward a parking lot where kids were running. That’s where he found Kyle, whose final name he didn’t provide, draining from a large wound. He took him to a ball hall where a tyro gave “tremendous descriptions” of a shooter’s wardrobe and location.

“He was mark on,” Heinrich said.

Heinrich pennyless down as he described a phone call mins after with his wife, who’s an partner jaunty executive during a school, and his son, who’s on a ball team. They were sealed in a room with dual teachers and 62 students on a conflicting side of a school.

Calling a propagandize village his family, he said, “Those are kids and teachers and staff I’ve famous for years.

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9:50 a.m.

President Donald Trump says a armed officer who didn’t stop a gunman who carried out final week’s Florida electrocute was possibly a “coward” or “didn’t conflict scrupulously underneath pressure.”

Trump was vacating a White House for a Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday when he said: “When it came time to get in there and do something” Florida emissary Scot Peterson “didn’t have a bravery or something happened.”

Trump added, “he positively did a bad job, there’s no doubt about that.”

Officials announced Thursday that Peterson never went inside to rivet a gunman during Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School while a sharpened that killed 17 was underway.

Trump is job a part “a genuine shot to a military department” and says this “could have been prevented.”

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Follow a AP’s finish coverage of a Florida propagandize sharpened here: https://apnews.com/tag/Floridaschoolshooting

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