Florida’s legislature has approved a new gun-control bill, the first legislative action taken since the school shooting in Parkland last month. The legislation raises the minimum age to 21 for long-gun purchases and institutes a mandatory three-day waiting period for most of those transactions. It also allocates funding for arming and training school employees. Florida Gov. Rick Scott has said he opposes arming teachers—an idea that President Donald Trump has embraced—and has not said whether he would sign the legislation.