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Connecticut Lawmakers Reach Deal on “Strongest” U.S. Gun Laws

Connecticut lawmakers have agreed on a proposal for the “toughest gun laws in the country” since the Newtown shootings. The package introduces the nation’s first statewide dangerous weapon offender registry.

(Photo: AP Photo/New Haven Register, Mara Lavitt)