This, as high school students in Parkland, Florida returned to their campus over the weekend in an effort to ease the transition back to class.
She pressed her repeatedly on whether she believed it should be harder for people to buy semi-automatic weapons, as used by Nikolas Cruz, the 19-year-old former student charged with the Parkland killings, and the modifications to make them fully automatic (as used in the Las Vegas shooting that left 58 concert-goers dead).
"I'm not saying we're going to stop there - I'm saying we should start there", he told reporters. There are signs outside schools in the Argyle Independent School District that read, "Please be aware that the staff at Argyle ISD are armed and may use whatever force is necessary to protect our students".
Linda Beigel Schulman, mother of 35-year-old geography teacher Scott Beigel, who died in the shooting, spoke about the need to raise the minimum age to buy a rifle to 21, as well as banning assault-style rifles and putting limits on the size of ammunition magazines.
Broward Health North's Dr Igor Nichiporenko said: "She's very lucky, very, very lucky", adding that she had survived despite large calibre bullets penetrating her chest and abdomen. "I am in favor of this bill". They took particular aim at the Republican proposal to arm teachers.
Black men are 13 times more likely than non-hispanic white men to be shot and killed with guns and despite comprising only 14 per cent of the United States population, are victims of over half of gun-related homicides.
"I think we're in a real desperate situation and the public wants action and not just talk", Frockt said.
Senate Democratic Leader Oscar Braynon said he could not vote for the bill because it also would set up a program allowing teachers with extensive training to carry guns in schools. The state would cover the costs of background checks, drug testing, psychological exams and 132 hours of training. She also supports other parts as well.
He's against arming teachers, he said, opposing an idea that this week gained traction with President Donald Trump and several influential Florida lawmakers.
What Hammer doesn't like is the gun control provisions of the bill.
David Hogg, 17, told CNN on Sunday that the people attacking him online as a "crisis actor" who's been "coached" on anti-gun talking points were really just "great advertisers". "We urge you to separate the bill, and focus on securing our schools and making the dangerously mentally ill separate from having access to guns".
"The role of the federal government obviously can spur the issues in terms of the grant funding, and hopefully that will be available to us", Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson, a Republican, said during an appearance Sunday on CBS's Face the Nation.
"I went to that rally to show solidarity with my community and my state", he said.
"This weapon has killed so many people". The answer for this problem is so simple. "The world is watching", she told the committee. You guys can be heroes. "But I'm definitely going to school Wednesday".
Trump said he was opposed to such drills because he didn't want his own son to experience them, according to CNN.
Dan Daley also had similar sentiments.
The fact that students have to fight for their right to live when adults, especially the President of the United States, should already be ensuring that students are safe is wrong.
Both plans would require anyone who wants to purchase a firearm must be 21. "That can never happen again". "Let's make it the last".
State Rep. Bill Hager, a Republican lawmaker from Boca Raton, has called on Scott to remove Israel from office because of the missed red flags.
"We have an opportunity to save lives", he said. But he warned Republicans not to take his vote for granted as it moves forward. He responded to the news of Oliver being buried in a Wade jersey by tweeting, "You're about to make me cry this afternoon".
"I'm an NRA member, a supporter of the 2nd Amendment, and the 1st Amendment, and the entire Bill of Rights, for that matter".
And, the House committee passed the measure 23-6 with some Democrats opposed.
The Senate's version of the school safety bill was approved by a second committee on a 13-7 vote Tuesday evening. Sen.