Current state lawmakers who voted for "stand your ground" outnumber those who opposed it by a 4-1 margin.
Republicans who approved it are unapologetic. Not one would repeal it now.
"It's never come up on the campaign trail, pro or con," said former Sen. Victor Crist, R Tampa, who now serves as a Hillsborough County commissioner. "The firearm abolitionists are stirring the pot, using 'stand your ground' as a platform to eliminate guns."
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