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The 6 things Rubio said during CNN's town hall that will make waves in America's roiling gun debate

Sen. Nelson: Rubio showed up, our governor didn't
Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) credited his colleague Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) for taking part in a CNN Town Hall on gun reform following the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida but pointed out the absence of Florida's GOP representatives and Governor Rick Scott.

'People buy into my agenda,' Rubio says
Sen. Marco Rubio defended accepting contributions from the National Rifle Association, telling a Parkland school shooting survivor that the NRA's influence comes from the membership it represents.

Student presses Rubio to answer if he'll take NRA money
School shooting survivor Cameron Kasky repeatedly asks Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) if he will continue to accept money from the NRA.

Opinion: Students said 'wake up' and US listened
At one point in the course of a difficult evening in which he was pressed on his record and rhetoric about gun control, Republican Sen. Marco Rubio worried aloud that the national debate about gun control might trail off into yet another deadlock.

'My daughter... was shot in the back,' dad tells Rubio
Here are some of the most contentious moments from the CNN town hall "Stand Up: The Students of Stoneman Douglas Demand Action."

Highlights: Enough talk! What is your action? a mother shouts

Who is NRA spokeswoman Dana Loesch?
The victims' families and survivors of the Florida high school shooting have not held back, calling out the National Rifle Association in the days since the massacre.

Sheriff spars with Loesch: I'm calling 'BS'
Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel's call for action to keep American schools safe.

'Insane monster' shouldn't have been able to get a firearm, NRA says
Dana Loesch, the spokesperson for the National Rifle Association, says a shooter who killed 17 people last week at a high school in Florida should not have been able to get a firearm.