Florida passed the Firearm Owners’ Privacy Act back in 2011. When legislators were debating the bill prohibiting doctors from asking questions about patients’ firearms, I opined that it was a really stupid idea. Doctors should be able to ask their patients anything that want to ask. I know the risks: doctors could create an unofficial, federally accessible firearms registry, including gun-related information in their patients’ medical records. I understand that anything anti-gunners oppose is inherently worth considering. But freedom of speech is what it is, and it cuts both ways. Patients are free to tell their doctor to FOAD if he or she starts asking unwelcome firearms-related questions or begins to push an anti-gun agenda. Anyway, the bill passed, got signed into law and, now, survived legal challenge. The NRA is behind it 100 percent. What’s your take? Is that a good thing or a bad thing?