On April 26, in a party-line vote of 88-30, the Florida House passed HB 155, which aims to restrict what kind of conversations doctors can have with patients about firearms. The proposal now goes to the state Senate, where it has a companion measure (SB 432).  Read more about this controversial legislation, then share your thoughts in our comments section below.
Should physicians be allowed to ask, “Do you keep a gun at home?”
To what extent should government have the right to restrict communication between doctors and patients?