The gun-friendly Florida legislature has passed new gun restrictions that would raise the age to purchase a long rifle in the state to 21 and impose a mandatory 3-day waiting period on those weapons.

The bill now goes to Gov. Rick Scott who supports some of the legislation but has not said whether he’ll veto it.

Included in the measure are millions of dollars for a controversial school “guardian” program that would allow arming some school employees.

In the weeks since the shooting in Parkland, Florida, students from schools all over the state have protested for changes in gun laws.

TALLAHASSEE, FL – FEBRUARY 21: Activists and students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School attend a rally at the Florida State Capitol building to address gun control on February 21, 2018, in Tallahassee, Florida. In the wake of last week’s deadly mass shooting that left 17 people dead, thousands of supporters joined the Parkland students to call for gun reform. (Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images)

Meanwhile in Washington, after initially backing arming teachers, Donald Trump apparently has decided to go after violent video games.  He plans on meeting with video game manufacturers at the White House tomorrow.  The Congress has gone silent on any new gun measures.