The only gun control measure passed by the Florida Legislature this year is finally on Gov. Rick Scott's desk.
It puts people who are committed for mental health treatment on a list that prevents them from being able to buy a gun.
The National Rifle Association usually fights any proposal that could erode a person's right to bear arms – also known as the U.S. 2nd Amendment -- but the association strongly supports this bill.
The Florida Legislature passed a gun control measure this year that would prevent more people with mental illness from buying guns.
It essentially closes a loophole that enables people who seek mental health treatment to buy guns.
The bipartisan bill even got strong support from the National Rifle Association.
But some critics think it may do more harm than good.