The Trump administration rolled out a new federal regulation Tuesday officially banning bump-fire stocks.
Governor Dannel P. Malloy signed the legislation that bans bump stocks on Thursday morning.
A ban on bump stocks and new rules for female inmates are among a host of new laws taking effect in Connecticut.
In the fight to tighten gun control, the state’s Judiciary Committee passed a bill that would ban bump stocks.
Legislation making it a crime to sell, purchase, use or manufacture devices to enhance a firearm’s rate of fire, including bump stocks, was expected Tuesday night to clear the House of Representatives.
The House of Representatives passed a bill Tuesday night banning rapid-fire devices known as bump stocks.
Several items were on the table at the state capitol, from Medicare to marijuana.
Connecticut lawmakers are leading the way when it comes to demanding a change in gun laws.
Slide Fire Solutions, the inventor and manufacturer of bump stocks, will no longer be selling the firearm accessories.
Governor Dannel Malloy proposed a “bump stock” ban Tuesday as the first legislative proposal of the 2018 General Assembly Session.