The Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act (S.B. 7026) is a legislative enactment seeking to make Florida schools safer and keep firearms out of the hands of mentally ill and dangerous individuals. The rationale is simple, S.B. 7026 was a necessary step in preventing another mass shooting like the one that unfolded at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on February 14, 2018, when a gunman slaughtered seventeen people, including fourteen students. Despite S.B. 7026’s inherent soundness, this Article argues that Florida legislators did not engage in a necessary deliberative review of S.B. 7026 before its passage and the bill will likely lead to unintended consequences. Further, this Article analyzes S.B. 7026 and concludes that the uncertain consequences involved with most legislation, including S.B. 7026, is best mitigated by affording the time inherent in the legal process and engaging in deliberate, expansive review procedures before passing legislation.