Supporters of bump stock legislation saw the announcement as an excuse for ... “The ATF has been over this before,” said Chris Harris, communications director for Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn. “Sen. Murphy believes that Congress could …
She was named by Modern Healthcare readers last year ... will come from wealth created through their parents' income, not their stock, Faulkner said. Joseph Conn reports on information technology, privacy and data security. He has been …
So what is bump-firing stock exactly, why is it legal ... tried banning the stocks after the Newtown, Conn., shooting in …
On Wednesday, Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) announced that is acquiring mobile messaging leader WhatsApp for $16 billion in stock and cash in addition to $ ... lower by 2.07 percent in the pre-market session. Conn's: In big trouble This …
Along with Telect, the Connecticut company purchased Meggitt PLC and Intelligente ... Same role, but now I report to a new boss and I’ve got a new company that owns our stock,” he said. “I’m excited about that. It’s another challenge in …
Randolph — A private school in Greenwich, Conn., hopes to establish a new “mountain campus” in Randolph, on property of the former Green Mountain Stock Farm now owned by Jesse “Sam” Sammis. The Brunswick School is an all-boys …
In short, Chappelle just didn’t feel like tap dancing for master Charlie in Connecticut, even if he paid $50 for a ... cordoned off in the North End with the oldest housing stock. Today, most Blacks still live in the North End. But many weren’t in ...
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has proposed a statewide ... citing the October mass shooting in Las Vegas in which the shooter used a bump stock to kill 58 people and injure hundreds more. Possession and sale of bump stocks and …
Oxford loss triggers plunge: The stock of Oxford Health Plan Inc. plunged by 55 percent ... The loss includes $47 million to $53 million in reserves to cover unpaid premiums, the Norwalk, Conn.-based health maintenance organization said.
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Up to 40,000 Connecticut state workers and retirees will not get part of a $127 million stock windfall received by the state in 2001 and then used to help fill a budget gap. The state Supreme Court on Wednesday …