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Malloy signs bill banning bump stocks

Malloy signs bill banning bump stocks

Sophie Driscoll '19, Editor In Chief

June 7, 2018


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By Sophie Driscoll '19 Governor Dannel Malloy signed Public Act 18-29, legislation banning bump stocks and other devices that increase the rate of fire of semi automatic firearms, into law on Thursday, May 31. The legislation will take effect October 1, 2018. It states that people who “sell, o...

Connecticut House approves bill banning bump stocks, legislation heads to Senate

Connecticut House approves bill banning bump stocks, legislation heads to Senate

May 3, 2018


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By Kaela Dockray '20 The Connecticut House of Representatives voted in favor of passing a bill banning the usage of rapid-fire devices known as bump stocks on May 8. Lawmakers voted 114-35 to  approve this legislation which will make the purchase and use of enhancements or modification devices that enable guns to fire like au...

Students participate in walkout, fight for gun reform

Students participate in walkout, fight for gun reform

Eddie Kiev '20, Web News Editor

April 21, 2018


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Students walked out of class on Friday, April 20 as part of a national school walkout to protest in favor of increased gun legislation in the US. Despite warnings of unexcused absences from the administration, the walkout took place in the Staples courtyard and was followed by a rally on Veteran’s...

Students underwhelmed by State of the Union address

Students underwhelmed by State of the Union address

Brandon Rakowski, Staff Writer

January 30, 2014


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Last night, Jan. 28, President Obama addressed the nation with a State of the Union address that pushed for new legislation, including raising the federal minimum wage to $10.10, working with states to provide high quality public preschool education, reforming immigration and committing to American di...

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