The day after the worst school shooting since Sandy Hook, the inevitable question was posed in Hartford and Washington: Will anything change?
Connecticut’s congressional delegation launched a new effort Wednesday to pass a federal version of Ethan’s Law.
It wasn’t your typical bill signing. A teenaged voice sang “Rise Up,” a song about overcoming despondency, rising up again and again, in spite of an ache that never leaves.
Ethan’s Law was one of three gun bills to win final passage Thursday.
Named after a Guilford teen who accidentally shot himself at a friend’s home, Ethan’s Law has a good chance in the U.S. House, but not in the Senate.
Connecticut resumed the unending conversation about how firearms can or should be regulated in a nation where the the Supreme Court has ruled gun ownership is a right, though not an absolute one.
Connecticut lawmakers are pushing an array of firearm bills that highlight issues regarding gun safety, rights, and reforms.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal announces a new federal gun storage bill outside Guilford Town Hall on Friday. A federal gun storage bill being sponsored by Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy would mirror a new state proposal to tighten Connecticut’s own current firearm storage law. At a press conference on Friday amid snow showers, Blumenthal […]
A measure to tighten Connecticut’s firearm storage law is expected to be on a shortlist of gun reform bills tackled in the upcoming legislative session. The proposal will likely come amid advocates’ attempts to shepherd other legislation banning untraceable ghost guns and 3D-printed plastic guns through the legislative process.