Connecticut lawmakers speak at Gun Violence Prevention Advocacy Day


The Connecticut chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America is calling on lawmakers to vote on common sense gun legislation during Connecticut Gun Violence Prevention Advocacy Day.

Among the legislation that the organization is pushing for is Ethan’s Law, which would require all firearms to be safely stored in homes where there are children. 

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Governor Lamont and lawmakers also delivered remarks at the event co-hosted by Connecticut Against Gun Violence, Moms Demand Action CT, Newtown Action Alliance and Sandy Hook Promise.

Web Extra: Watch the full event below

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