Kate Latorre's law firm, which represents a dozen Central Florida cities and towns, has been scrambling in recent weeks. She and other lawyers at the firm have been working with city officials to hunt down and wipe out references to guns in municipal codes. Such changes are popping up this month on government meeting agendas throughout the county and state. That's because, starting Saturday, county, city and town officials will be personally liable for knowingly having gun control rules in their ordinances, under a bill approved by the Florida Legislature.
Read Original at: Florida Today (Melbourne, Fla.)