The 16-member Sandy Hook Advisory Commission is working on its final report of recommendations to the governor, which includes a number of extreme gun control measures. (Photo: WTNH)
A special commission set up by Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy after the Sandy Hook shooting may include a number of recommendations in its final report from registering all firearms, to tracking ammo, and screening owners.
The 16-member Sandy Hook Advisory Commission, established two years ago following the December 2012 Newtown incident in which 20 children and six adults were killed, will consider its final draft report Friday. The expansive 256-page documentincludes some 95 recommendations on mental health, the physical security of schools, and most controversially, guns.
“We’re balking at taking the next step, which is literally taking the guns out of the hands of bad people,” commission chair Hamden Mayor Scott Jackson told the CT Post.
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