The CT Attorney General’s office wants to remove a union from distributing a fund designed to help Sandy Hook first responders and teachers.
Murphy reflects on 10 years since Sandy Hook, the gun safety bill he championed and the push to pass more reforms in a gridlocked Congress.
Ten years after Sandy Hook, a Newtown police officer remembers the sobbing of fellow officers. Many can’t shake the memories of that day.
Gun violence survivors joined CT politicians to call on the Senate to restore the federal assault weapons ban, which is unlikely to pass.
A CT jury unanimously decided Alex Jones must pay millions to Sandy Hook families for his lies about the 2012 elementary school shooting.
Sen. Chris Murphy negotiated and shepherded into passage America’s first significant gun safety law in three decades. Then he flew home to celebrate.
CT Sens. Chris Murphy and Richard Blumenthal sat with Southern conservatives last week to seek common ground on gun laws. They found some.
The law would enhance background checks for buyers under 21 and create a “red flag” tool to allow the seizure of guns from troubled people.
The day after the worst school shooting since Sandy Hook, the inevitable question was posed in Hartford and Washington: Will anything change?
Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut repeatedly asked senators one question Tuesday after the shooting in Uvalde, Texas: “What are we doing?”
Connecticut’s Democratic senators, Chris Murphy and Richard Blumenthal, say they are playing the “long game” on gun-violence legislation.
The question for Sen. Chris Murphy no longer is where might he go next, but what can he do now.
Alex Jones no longer claims Sandy Hook was hoax. But he sees another conspiracy, and he is the victim. A judge Tuesday was unimpressed.
Twenty-six cyclists from Newtown are on their way to take their gun-control message to Pittsburgh.
Over the more than five years since Sandy Hook, the governor of Connecticut has acted as the Cassandra of gun control, the angry prophet destined to be ignored, at least in the ranks of the NRA and Congress. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy first warned America two days after 26 children and staff died in Sandy Hook School that mass shootings were coming to your schools, your children. He was at it again Thursday.