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Connecticut One Step Closer to Gun Bump Stock Ban

Rep. William Tong

Depending on who was speaking during the bump stock debate Tuesday night in the CT House, the bill was either an attempt to further hinder gun rights or it was a ban on a novelty item that allows guns to fire at a faster rate.

The bill, which would ban such devices, passed 114-35 after more than five hours of debate.

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