Weapons of war do not belong in citizens’ hands
I agree totally with Carol Rizzolo [Connecticut gun laws work, April 6]. Weapons of war do not belong in the hands of our citizenry.
The mistaken notion that all who favor banning these weapons want a repeal of the Second Amendment is simply an emotional scare tactic. Connecticut has made great progress in enacting gun safety legislation, but there remains much to do. Our children deserve safety in their schools and we all deserve safe houses of worship, theaters, concert venues and streets.
Thanks to our Connecticut legislators for helping to keep us safe.
Tom Fox lives in Milford.
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