Florida House members were in session until nearly 10 p.m. Tuesday night, spending much of the evening debating two high-profile gun bills: open carry and campus carry.
The open-carry bill was amended with one significant change: To allow lawmakers to carry concealed handguns in legislative sessions and official meetings. It's one of the handful of areas specified in law where licensed gun-owners can't carry concealed.
Here's what Republican and Democratic leaders had to say about that amendment following last night's session, and read our full story here about the evening's debate.
Floor votes on both the campus-carry and open-carry measures are expected this afternoon in the House.