I love the way the HC changes titles from the hard-copy to fit their agenda-driven publication on the 'net.
Well, well boyz 'n girls in the CT legislature...whatchagonnado? Looks as if this law suit has some teeth.
Spokesman for Governor Malloy: **We believe the bill improves public safety, and we will work with the attorney general's office to defend it," he said. "Let's not forget that this has happened before. In prior instances where Connecticut has passed common sense restrictions on firearms, there have been challenges. They have all been unsuccessful.**
Stay tuned. We all know these people in Hartford are fools. There's some poetic justice to be played out here.
Insert a suppository for e-cert.
No crisis will go unexploited by these effing fascists.
Then they organize and make everyt crisis happen , and we now have a flock of fascist politicians running our state and nation.
I am not a fan of their legislative efforts, in some cases at cross purposes. No one is perfect, but if you think fix nics is a good idea then you are in love with the idea of federal data bases that seek one think related to guns and that is to make as many people as possible, prohibited from owning guns.
“shall not be infringed” has no mention of mental health, mental capacity, or anything related to physical health that one should be asked by a physician seeking health history whether there are guns in your home. These are all generated at the Federal level as a back door effort to control access to firearms for the law abiding us citizen.
Law abiding is also not a factor in the “shall not be infringed” statement in the Bill of Rights, and I resent the inference that it is the law abiding that need to be controlled in order to be safe from the minority who care not for the rule of law in the first place.
Consent of the Governed.
Total breakdown of the Rule of Law.