New emails have surfaced from the mother of Newtown school shooter Adam Lanza, revealing her anxiety about health issues and her son’s fascination with violence.
Following a respectful and at times somber debate, the Senate voted 26-10 in favor of the bill crafted by leaders from both major parties in the Democratic-controlled legislature.
With an announcement of sweeping proposals to curb gun violence, Connecticut lawmakers said they are hoping to send a message to Congress and other state legislators across the country: A bipartisan agreement on gun control is possible.
Connecticut state lawmakers came to an agreement Monday on what they said will become some of the nation’s toughest gun control laws.
Adam Lanza’s shocking attack took place 11 days before Christmas, and search warrants show his mother was going to give him a gift — of yet another gun — to add to his arsenal of firearms, knives and swords
The group co-founded by Mayor Michael Bloomberg also organized Thursday’s “National Day To Demand Action” against gun violence.
The annoyance of a telemarketer’s phone call has quickly turned to dismay in Newtown. The controversial calls were made by the National Rifle Association.
A lawyer earlier this year withdrew a claim to sue the state for $100 million on behalf of a 6-year-old survivor of the Dec. 14 school massacre. However, attorney Irving Pinsky said he might refile.
Alissa Parker, mother of 6-year-old Emilie Parker, said she wanted to meet with Adam Lanza’s father to tell him “something” she needed to get out of her system.
According to published report, a law enforcement official said gunman Adam Lanza tracked the death tolls and details of other mass shootings on a massive spread sheet and viewed them as “scores.”
A new poll shows more Republican voters in New York disapproving of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s job performance for the first time, following his push for a gun-control bill.
Adam Lanza, it seems, viewed Sandy Hook Elementary School as a video game, and that the children were easy points. His meticulous research of previous mass killings was laid out on a seven-foot long spreadsheet.
There is a push to enact new gun laws to make life safer in Connecticut before a another milestone following the Newtown massacre.
Members of the gun violence working group are scheduled to discuss Tuesday which consensus recommendations they plan to forward to legislative leaders.
Following the Newtown massacre, a state legislative task force is working on a way to secure weapons in homes where people with mental illness reside.