Former Presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio on Thursday highlighted a bill aimed at keeping guns away from suspected terrorists as he fights a tough re-election bid to keep his Senate seat.
The Connecticut judge presiding over the case between Sandy Hook shooting victims and Remington Arms issued an order maintaining a pre-scheduled timeline for summary judgment after Remington filed 14 months early.
She tried to return to the mic to finish her song, but soon shook her head and said, “I can’t do it,” as she was overcome with emotion.
“Obviously I’m disappointed,” Anthony DeLucia said. “I think we had a fully legal application and it was denied on somewhat emotional matters.”
Adams faces up to five years in prison for carrying a not-so-concealed gun to school, but if granted probation, the charges will be erased in two years.
Remington targeted indirect relationships contained in the “negligent entrustment” argument made by families of Sandy Hook victims in a motion for summary judgment.
Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy reiterated his commitment to gun control as a central theme of his political career in an interview with Politico.
New court filings shed light on the type of information that may come to light in the case against Remington Arms by Sandy Hook families.
In recent days, actor and activist George Takei has founded One Pulse for America while Connecticut Democrat U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy kicked off the Fund to End Gun Violence.
Recently Senator Chris Murphy took to the Senate to filibuster, promising to continue “as long as I can” until Congress acts on gun control legislation.