A National Rifle Association-backed bill to keep guns out of the hands of mentally ill Floridians has sparked a showdown between Second Amendment groups.
Gov. Rick Scott has received more than 4,500 emails and 600 phone calls urging him to veto the bill, the only gun measure approved by the firearms-friendly, GOP-controlled Legislature this year.
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