May 2014
Guns Magazine;May2014, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p62
The author criticizes the Gun Violence Prevention and Child Safety Act, a bill concerning gun laws in Connecticut that was enacted in April 2015. He considers the bill as an act of infringement among law-abiding gun owners in the state citing violations of gun rights groups such as the Connecticut Citizens Defense League. The author argues that there must be a legal challenge of the law.


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