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House approves Pop-Tart, warning shot bills

A pair of high-profile, NRA-supported guns bills won the support of the Florida House on Thursday.

One proposal seeks to extend Stand Your Ground immunity to people who fire a warning shot or threaten to use other deadly force in cases of self defense.

The second bill would prevent children from facing severe punishments for playing with simulated weapons in schools. It specifically permits the use of pastries as pretend pistols.

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