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Since 2018 Parkland Shooting Florida Used ‘Red Flag’ Law 3,500 Times to Remove Guns

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Since 2018 Parkland Shooting Florida Used ‘Red Flag’ Law 3,500 Times to Remove Guns

Since 2018 Parkland Shooting Florida Used ‘Red Flag’ Law 3,500 Times to Remove Guns

A study shows that Florida’s “red flag” gun law was used over 3,500 times since the Parkland school shooting two years ago, potentially stopping more shootings.

Veuer’s Justin Kircher has more.

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