Mike Lawlor, “the state’s top official in criminal justice,” suggested maybe the firearms unit in Connecticut could “sent them a letter.” However, he said an aggressive push to prosecute gun owners in the state is not going to happen at this point.
Lawlor, the undersecretary for criminal justice policy in the state Office of Policy and Management, also suggested that the legislature should reopen the registration period to encourage more gun owners to register their firearms.
Friday, February 14, 2014
Civil Disobedience in Connecticut
The Blaze reports that, out of an estimated 350,000 "assault weapons" in Connecticut, only 47,916 applications for registration (and an additional 21,000 incomplete applications) have been received.