Assault weapons ban could be on 2020 ballot
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Assault weapons ban could be on 2020 ballot


As of mid-day Thursday, the committee Ban Assault Weapons Now had submitted 42,941 petition signatures, according to the Florida Division of Elections website. It would need to submit 76,632 petition signatures to trigger a Florida Supreme Court review of the proposed ballot wording.
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