From the Albany Tribune:

State Rep. Dane Eagle (R-Cape Coral) introduced HB733 the Second Amendment Protection Act, which declares that no agent of Florida state or its political subdivisions “may participate with or assist federal agents in the enforcement of federal firearms laws, or provide material support of any kind to federal agents in the enforcement of these laws. The law would stipulate that state agents and/or contractors who knowingly participate in or provide support for the enforcement of federal firearms laws would be subject to dismissal.”

Whether it stands a chance, or not, of passing is irrelevant. It’s another state that would pass a SYMBOLIC gesture of disdain for the overreach of the federal government. The problem (as already seen in a recent court decision) is that it’s probably unenforceable and would be struck down as (correctly or incorrectly) unconstitutional. Still, it’s the thought that counts . . . I guess.