C O N T E N T S
Latest even in Boulder Co. by a resident of Arvada Co. - a place
we are familiar with from follow-up study to see if a street-closing for
a mall might work - we concluded, to the city planner there, that it
wouldn't (in 1979).
WASHINGTON — Faced with the second mass shooting in a week, President
Biden and Democrats on Capitol Hill called on Tuesday for fast action to
enact stricter gun laws, a plea that was immediately met with a
blockade of opposition by Republicans.
In brief, somber remarks from the White House, Mr. Biden called on the
Senate to pass a ban on assault weapons and to close background check
loopholes, saying that doing so would be “common sense steps that will
save lives in the future...”
Latest on what happens when class-action imposed bankruptcy makes its way through the courts...
YES, THEY HAVE A RIGHT TO SUE...
Remington loses 4-3 on appeal to CT Supreme Court.
Weston Library has a 3-D printer. What else will not be
allowed to be printed on this technology? And a review by CT
MIRROR on the same subject: https://ctmirror.org/2018/07/31/newtown-group-spearheads-effort-stop-release-3d-printed-gun-plans/
Story in full at COURANT: http://www.courant.com/breaking-news/hc-region-10-harwinton-burlington-armed-school-security-0614-story.html
Former Sec'y of Education in the news
"Former Education Secretary Arne Duncan pushed a radical idea
on Twitter: Parents should pull their children out of school until
elected officials pass stricter gun control laws..."
Senator Kissel reminds us who actually commits mass shootings.
What the people of Griswold, CT will always remember her by - the vote to break a tie that will live in history.
Her most significant act: The "Nancy Wyman Police Gun Range"
approved in the State Senate May 2, 2018, much to the delight of this
denizen of the woods. Put that on you debit card, CT!
Beleaguered gunmaker Remington points to bankruptcy court
The Associated Press
Published 11:13 a.m. ET Feb. 12, 2018 | Updated 11:19 a.m. ET Feb. 12, 2018
New gun laws virtually dead this year, CT lawmakers concede
Kyle Constable | June 24, 2016
"...'This is political,' Murphy said. "And we shouldn't be ashamed to
talk about the fact that there has to be a political element to
everything that we are doing..."
Story in full: http://ctmirror.org/2016/06/24/new-gun-controls-virtually-dead-this-year-ct-lawmakers-concede/
JUST THE BEGINNING
CT-N covered this oral argument and press conference.
Faces are familiar (as shown on the steps of the CT Supreme Court). Will end up in the U.S. Supreme Court, JMO
IT WAS NICE TO BE ABLE TO HEAR PART OF THE CLOSING
THE ARGUMENTS: FOR THE (L-R) GUN SHOP OWNER, MANUFACTURER AND FAMILIES
We watched part of a rerun of the same day and clearly could hear the arguments - as an appeal, no settling out of court here!
THE POWER OF ADVERTISING - IS THIS IN THE CONSTITUTION TOO?
This is how I heard it: A Federal Case since gun law appears to be federal since "bear arms" is a right in the Second Amendment.
SUMMARY OF OUR INITIAL REPORT
Ambulance chasing attorneys on the alert!!! Will this be a slam dunk on appeal? Which way, ultimately?
Appeal of lower court dismissal being heard - we assume it will end up in the U.S. Supreme Court...
Read the full story here: http://www.ctnewsjunkie.com/archives/entry/sandy_hook_families_attorney_says_gun_markers_courtship_with_gunman_began_l/
argued that under the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA)
passed by Congress in 2005 his client is exempt from the negligent
entrustment the plaintiffs claim" is the gun maker's
argument; "Justice Richard Palmer asked whether Koskoff was asking the court to broaden its definition of negligent entrustment" ho ho ho.
And in a statement after the arguments, attorney for plaintiffs (not
shown) indicates the main focus is on providing insight into how guns
are marketed - citing the kinds of protection or "warnings" such as
those on other consumer products - those labels that if read, as I do,
give one pause....
SANDY HOOK LAWSUIT...IN A COURT THAT DEALS WITH WRONGFUL DEATH CLAIMS
LEGAL BUT NOT SAFE QUESTION
Judge asks what if the law changes. Remington liability?
Retailer? Semi-automatic fire issue, marketing ploys. AR-15
torrent of bullets, large magazines, more victims in less time.
Cherry bombs analogy (Arkansas case).
People kill people. Who is going to use these weapons?
Shouldn't be available to civilians. Risk associated with assault
rifles in the hands of civilians. Emphasis on Common Law.
PREVIOUSLY, THIS WEBSITE HAD REPORTED ON GUN CONTROL IN DETAIL AFTER AURORA, COLORADO; NEWTOWN, CT CAME LATER THAT SAME YEAR.
2013 Public Hearing in Weston, CT in the Weston Middle School Cafeteria.
Post Newtown review of gun ordinance: Both sides of the issue
heard. Assault rifles not the big issue here but rather hunting rights.
NEW BIPARTISAN GUN BILL