Town Officials To Consider Program To Arm TeachersA Connecticut town is considering a program that would arm teachers at its only school.
Connecticut Lawmakers Meeting With Obama On Gun Law ChangesSeveral members of Connecticut's congressional delegation are among a group of federal lawmakers meeting with President Barack Obama about his executive actions tightening the nation's gun laws.
Senator To Join Clinton On Gun Control In New HampshireScheduled to appear at several events Tuesday
Connecticut Lawmakers Want Federal Action On Gun MeasuresMembers of Connecticut's Democratic congressional delegation expressed frustration Friday that efforts to combat gun violence have been stymied since the 2012 deadly Newtown school shooting, pointing blame at many of their colleagues in Washington, D.C.
Newtown Advocates Kick Off Annual Bike Ride
Governor: No 'Appetite' For More Gun Control In ConnecticutTwo years after the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut's governor said he doubts the state legislature has the "appetite" to take up many of the additional gun control recommendations included in a final report released Friday by a state commission.
Newtown Panel Urges More Gun Control, Mental Health Changes
Judicial Nominee Opposed By Gun Rights Groups Confirmed
Federal Appeals Court Hears Gun Control Law ArgumentsA federal appeals court in New York City heard arguments on the constitutionality of a Connecticut gun control law, passed after the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting.
Religious, Civic Leaders Press Gun Manufacturers
Connecticut Gun Rights Group Backs Foley Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley's endorsement on Friday from a 15,000-member gun rights organization renewed accusations from Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's campaign that Foley would support repealing the gun control law passed last year after the mass school shooting in Newtown.
Connecticut Lawmakers Seek Broader Gun CoalitionSeveral members of Connecticut's congressional delegation on Friday urged national retailers to take steps to bar guns from their establishments, saying such voluntary efforts could improve public safety and help persuade Congress to pass the gun safety legislation first proposed after the deadly Newtown school shooting.