Let's make a deal DO NOT come to Florida for spring break unless gun legislation is passed. These politions won't listen to us so maybe the'll listen to the billion dollar tourism industry in FL. #neveragain— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) February 24, 2018
Better Idea: Spend your spring break in Puerto Rico, it's a beautiful place with amazing people. They could really use the economic support that the government has failed to provide. #SpringBreak2018 #SBinPurtoRico #itsspelled PUERTO RICO— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) February 24, 2018
The students of Stoneman Douglas have been clear – America must #neveragain allow the profits of gun manufacturers to come before the safety of our students. Now, Congress must listen to them & take action to #EndGunViolence. #SDMStrong pic.twitter.com/C2PWlb0gal— Rep. Ted Deutch (@RepTedDeutch) February 24, 2018
.@realDonaldTrump, I know you are a man of action. In Army, when I saw chance to save life, I didn't hesitate: we worked together to get it done. Let's use your temporary travel ban model in same way now: to save lives by halting sale of AR-15 until we pass long-term solution. pic.twitter.com/hqBS9Cg8jx— Rep. Brian Mast (@RepBrianMast) February 25, 2018
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