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By Nicole Narea and Jen Kramer September 23, 2013 • 0. http://youtu.be/ xxN3kRFYhVE New Haven's Board of Alderman unanimously approved...
Henry Fernandez LAW ’94 emphasized affordable housing and education reform in his campaign launch event Monday evening....
Mayor John DeStefano Jr. and State Rep. Gary Holder-Winfield blasted the Secure Communities deportation program.
Vice President Joe Biden heralded a nationwide campaign for urgent, comprehensive overhaul of gun laws during a Thursday conference in Danbury.
As PTR urges both gun manufacturer and retailers to leave the state, showing politicians what the company describes as the “true consequences of their hasty and uninformed actions,” the future looks bleak for Connecticut residents dependent on the gun industry’s role in the state economy. Lawmakers, then, are fighting not just the gun-rights backlash born of the recent legislation but also accusations that they have created a hostile working environment for the Nutmeg State’s gun industry, one gun-related businesses may just do well to abandon. “They don’t know what they can sell legally to whom, or when, or how,” said Josh Fiorini, the CEO of PTR. “Their world just got turned upside down.”
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