Scott reiterated his position to a group of reporters Tuesday but stopped short of issuing a veto threat.
“As I said during the campaign, I’m not advocating for any changes to our gun laws. I have not had the opportunity to look at the bill, but my position has been clear,” he said. “I think you can count on me to continue to advocate that we do not need to change our gun laws. I’ve been clear, concise. We’ll let the House and Senate do what they want, but I have no appetite for changing our gun laws.”
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