Connecticut lawmakers have voted to ban devices that enable guns to fire like automatic weapons. The Senate on Tuesday night approved the bump stock legislation, 26-10. The bill already cleared the House of Representatives. Democratic Gov. Dannel P.
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HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — The Connecticut Senate is considering whether to ban devices that enable guns to fire like automatic weapons. Lawmakers on Tuesday night were debating the bump stock legislation, which already cleared the House of Representatives.
HARTFORD – A bipartisan Senate vote has positioned Connecticut to become the latest state to ban rapid-fire bump stocks since the mass shooting in Las Vegas last fall. The Senate voted 26-10 to outlaw bump stocks, pull-and-release trigger systems and ...
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Tuesday he will sign newly passed legislation that bans devices enabling guns to fire like automatic weapons. "I have yet to hear one legitimate reason why anyone needs to own a device that can fire 90 bullets every 10 seconds ...
Miami Herald · 12d
The Connecticut Senate is considering whether to ban devices that enable guns to fire like automatic weapons. Lawmakers on Tuesday night were debating the bump stock legislation, which already cleared the House of Representatives. Democratic Gov.