CT Senate Debates Historic Gun Bill

Sen. Donald Williams, Pres. Pro Tempore of the senate, left, and Sen. John McKinney, Senate Minority Leader, right, watch a vote for one of the many amendments trying to be added to the gun control bill. It was expected that no amendments would be voted in. Connecticut General Assembly is expected to approve a wide-ranging gun control bill Wednesday that will immediately change the way firearms are regulated in the state. Hundreds of NRA members lined the halls of the Capitol as the legislators argued the bill.

( STEPHEN DUNN, Hartford Courant / April 3, 2013 )

Sen. Donald Williams, Pres. Pro Tempore of the senate, left, and Sen. John McKinney, Senate Minority Leader, right, watch a vote for one of the many amendments trying to be added to the gun control bill. It was expected that no amendments would be voted in. Connecticut General Assembly is expected to approve a wide-ranging gun control bill Wednesday that will immediately change the way firearms are regulated in the state. Hundreds of NRA members lined the halls of the Capitol as the legislators argued the bill.

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