A task force created by Florida Gov. Rick Scott to examine the state's "Stand Your Ground" law in the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting meets for the first time Tuesday.
Seventeen people will tackle the issue of whether the controversial law should be changed in light of the death of the unarmed teenager.
"We're not walking into this with any preconceived notions," Gov. Rick Scott said at an April 19 news conference. If there are "logical changes to be made," he said, the task force "will provide those."
Recommendations from the group will be passed along to the governor and the Legislature.FULL STORY