The CT senator wants to ‘defy the odds’ in a midterm year by protecting Democrats’ majorities and creating a path for more gun-related bills.
‘If Republicans aren’t interested in saving public lives they should be interested in saving their own political lives,” Murphy said.
State Treasurer Shawn Wooden brought his “Responsible Gun Policy” tour to Washington D.C. Wednesday to try to persuade other states to follow his lead.
Murphy tried to force a vote on the bill by asking unanimous consent of the senators on the floor, but a GOP colleague objected.,
The Supreme Court’s move will not only allow Sandy Hook families to continue their suit, but could also open the door to more lawsuits from gun crime victims.
The White House is preparing a proposal to respond to the mass shootings last month, but it’s unclear what the package contains.
‘Until I hear directly from him, I’m not willing to concede that history repeated itself and that he has walked away from the commitment he made,’ Murphy said.
The amicus brief by Blumenthal and other Senate Democrats says failure to dismiss the case could hurt the high court’s credibility.
Democratic leaders responded to the weekend shootings by calling on the GOP to approve expanded FBI background check bills.
For years, Democrats running for the White House have avoided talking about gun control. Not anymore.
The Connecticut senators say the firearms industry is unfairly shielded from liability for the harm caused by their products.
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 lawmakers want to make sure it’s clear that federal funds can’t be used to arm teachers.
WASHINGTON — Gun control advocates celebrated a House victory on a universal background check bill, but huge obstacles remain.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. House is expected to pass a gun background check bill, but the Senate might not follow.