After the George Zimmerman verdict triggered a summer of protests and a month-long sit-in at Florida’s Capitol, lawmakers this week will revisit the “stand your ground” law that rocketed to national prominence with the case.
Opponents want the self-defense measure repealed, while supporters have said nothing needs to change in Florida’s landmark self-defense law.
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