Doctors and other medical providers would be barred from asking patients — or the parents of child patients — if they have guns in their home under a measure that promises a major showdown between powerful lobbying groups. ...
Sponsored by Rep. Jason Brodeur, R-Sanford, the bill (HB 155) would make it a felony for a physician or staff member to ask patients or family members of patients if they own guns or store guns at home. If found guilty, the medical provider could be fined up to $5 million or face up to five years in jail.
Yeah, that sounds perfectly reasonable, doesn't it? Five years in prison for asking someone if they store guns at home? How could anyone think that was batshit crazy?
And yeah, this is among the NRA's top priorities in Florida this session.