Nearly a year after a 7-year-old child in Maryland was suspended from school for biting a Pop-Tart into the shape of a gun, Florida lawmakers are working on legislation that would allow children such freedom of expression.

Maryland’s proposed “Toaster Pastry Gun Freedom Act” seems to have stalled somewhere along the way, but USA Today reports that Florida’s similar Pop-Tart bill, which cleared a state House panel Wednesday, would bar school districts from suspending students for “brandishing a partially consumed pastry or other food item” bitten into the shape of a weapon or “possessing a toy firearm or weapon made of plastic snap-together building blocks.”

Also covered under the bill: children would be allowed to “vocalize an imaginary firearm or weapon” and to draw or possess a picture of a firearm or weapon.