PBS’ Frontline has teamed-up with the Hartford Courant to
promote civilian disarmament report on the progress of post-Newtownian gun control legislation throughout America. Notice how they use the word “mostly”; as if gun control is a matter of serious consideration in states like Utah, Texas and Arizona. If the map is heartening to supporters of firearms freedom, this statement isn’t: “Most of the movement on gun legislation has been at the state level . . .
Since Jan. 1, a raft of new bills has been introduced, with 574 proposed bills to strengthen gun controls, and 512 to bolster gun rights, according to a new [non-linked] analysis by the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, which tracks state gun laws. Connecticut alone has introduced more than 100 gun-control measures and as well as a handful of gun-rights bills since the shooting.
The battle continues. Click here for the latest state-by-state gun rights round-up from a more credible source: the NRA