Connecticut’s Senate on Wednesday approved sweeping new restrictions on weapons and large-capacity magazines, a response to last year’s deadly Newtown elementary school shooting that would give the state some of the country’s tightest gun control laws. New York and Chicago had the toughest gun laws with over 400 killed in New York City and over 500 killed Chicago in 2012.  No report on how those in the hood should turn in their illegal guns or how this will prevent another Newtown incident but both parties are patting each other on the back for approval.  Republican Senator McKinney leads the way.weapons ban

By Stephen Krauchick

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One thought on “No more school shootings since CT Senate, House Approve New Gun Bill”
  1. You Know gun laws were all ready there but they weren’t in forced so why did we go after the people who were good citizens if a person has a lic to carry a pistol why did We target the wrong people I think that we as LIC people should have the same rights to carry a gun like a driver Lic

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