It’s not just her bills that are sparking attention. State Sen. Amanda Chase, R-Chesterfield, generated buzz on Tuesday by presenting them while wearing her .38-caliber revolver in a custom-made holster.
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HARTFORD, CT – State Senator Christine Cohen (D-Guilford) is proud to announce that she has signed on as a co-sponsor of House Bill 5345 (“Ethan’s Law”) a new, proposed state law that would require all firearms – and not just loaded firearms – to be stored safely, and to require the state Board of Education develop a mandatory firearms safety curriculum for Connecticut students.
A man reported missing from his town of Delton home on Monday was found dead in his car behind the Ho-Chunk Casino, with police calling the death a homicide.
Jonesboro Police Chief Clifford Kelker. (Staff Photo: Robin Kemp)
Suspect entered 2nd-story window, attacked mother of 2 small children
After a pair of firearms-related initiative petitions failed to earn spots on the November 2018 ballot, our hunch was that those measures would be resurrected in the 2019 session.
Tasha Birckhead, the branch’s young-adult librarian, said the event was capped at 20 participants and was open to those in grades five through 12, and there was a long waitlist.
On the same day her husband got his sentencing pushed back, the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office announced that Samantha Eubanks would face 12 counts of child abuse, and two counts of felony firearm.
A Sneedville robbery Monday morning has authorities looking for a man, whom they say entered a drug store and said he had a gun.
A Boonsboro area man is accused of pulling a handgun on one of his tenants over the weekend.