Parents, friends, and families of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are on their way to St. Petersburg to make another push for tougher gun restrictions. This newest move comes after they say state lawmakers did not do enough with the gun reform law passed late last week.
About two dozen parents with the Kids First, Politics Second group boarded a bus in Coral Springs early Tuesday to attend a public hearing held by the Florida Constitution Review Commission.
The commission rarely meets, but when it does, it holds public hearings around the state to get input from Floridians about potential changes to the state constitution.
The parents previously went to Tallahassee to lobby lawmakers for gun control measures, and now they're taking their mission to the CRC.
The public hearing is from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. The group will arrive back in Parkland later in the evening