Towleroad: Florida House Rejects Assault Weapons Ban, Then Declares Porn A Public Health Risk

As hundreds of Parkland, Florida shooting survivors looked on, the Florida House of Representatives last night rejected a motion to consider a ban on assault rifles and less than an hour later passed a bill to declare porn a public health risk, reports Towleroad

The Washington Post reported that he House chose not to consider the gun-control bill. It later passed the resolution claiming that porn is dangerous.

“Unfortunately, just five days after 17 people were gunned down at a Florida school, the Florida House just passed a bill that declares pornography a ‘public health risk,’” state Rep. Carlos Guillermo Smith (D) told the Independent. “Basically, what they have determined is that these are the Republican priorities in 2018: Wasting our time with debate and legislation that declares porn as a health threat. Meanwhile we can’t even get a single debate, vote or hearing on anything related to assault weapons.”

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Florida House Rejects Assault Weapons Ban, Then Declares Porn a Public Health Risk