Gov. Rick Scott says he expects major school safety reform to pass by next Friday — the last day of the legislative session.
Scott pushed his $500 million plan at the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Thursday.
Gov. Scott’s plan would include more law enforcement officers at schools, target hardening (making school buildings harder to attack or breach), more funding for mental health programs and keeping guns away from people who may be a threat to themselves or others.
“We have the money,” Scott said. “We have to spend the money.”