In response to last weeks Parkland school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Florida Gov. Rick Scott announced a plan to require all individuals purchasing firearms in the state to be 21 or older, ban the purchase or sale of bump-stock devices, and prohibit sales to violent or mentally ill buyers. In a break with the White House, Scott also said he would not support President Trumps initiative to arm teachers with concealed-carry weapons, saying that My focus is law enforcement… Let teachers focus on teaching. He also proposed a half a billion dollars for school safety and mental-health initiatives. The state of Florida cant trust the federal process, he said, and had to take matters into its own hands. Scott declined to ban the AR-15the weapon used in the Parkland attacknoting banning specific weapons is not going to fix this. This comes as President Trump doubled down on his support of concealed-carry in classrooms during his Conservative Political Action Conference speech Friday morning.