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>> Parkland shooting survivors returned to South Florida, Thursday, after spending a day urging lawmakers in the state's capital to restrict sales of assault rifles.>> At first it was a little intimidating having senators kind of talk down to us, it felt like, and not really listen to what we were saying.
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But after awhile they kind of caught on I think and realized that we were here and taking it seriously.>> Lawmakers in Tallahassee said they would consider raising the age limit for buying assault weapons from 18 to 21, the same standard for hand guns and alcohol. Teenagers and parents had turned up the heat not only in Tallahassee, but with Marco Rubio during a CNN town hall Wednesday night.
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>> Can you tell me, right now, that you will not accept a single donation from the NRA in the future?>>
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>> Rubio, the Senator from Florida, responded by saying, quote, people buy into my agenda, and I do support the Second Amendment. He did, however, say he was open to a limit on gun magazine capacity.
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>> That is something that I believe we can reach a compromise in this country, and that I'm willing to reconsider.>> As he got grilled, Rubio said the idea of arming teachers was wrong. Putting himself at odds with President Donald Trump, who, again, stressed on Thursday, that he wants to see trained teachers with concealed guns.
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>> I would like to see true people with great talent at guns and being adept at guns.>> The attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School where 17 students and educators were killed last week, in the second deadliest shooting at a US public school, has revived the long-running US debate over gun rights.