Petition statement to be delivered to President Donald Trump, The Connecticut State House, The Connecticut State Senate, Governor Dan Malloy, The United States House of Representatives, and The United States Senate

Reasonable Gun Control

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Reasonable Gun Control

To be delivered to President Donald Trump, The Connecticut State House, The Connecticut State Senate, Governor Dan Malloy, The United States House of Representatives, and The United States Senate

Petition Statement

We, the undersigned, urge you to pass new legislation to
ban assault weapons, high capacity magazines, end
the gun show loophole; track large transactions for explosives, ammunition, or fireams; improve background checks, and require safety training for ownership of firearms.
There are currently 992 signatures. NEW goal - We need 1,000 signatures!

Petition Background

The US is exceptional in gun violence.

Considering Aurora, Virginia Tech, Columbine, Tuscon (Gabby Giffords), and widespread mayhem on
American streets, politicians should pass sensible gun control laws.

* Ban high-capacity magazines.
* Ban assault weapons.
* End the gun show loophole.
* Track large transactions involving explosives, ammunition, or firearms.
* mandate safety training for firearm ownership.
* Improve background checks to keep disturbed individuals from acquiring or possessing such weapons.

See http://www.seconnecticut.com/guns.htm

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