HARTFORD — During the election campaign and in video clips pasted on social media, Gov. Ned Lamont often framed his re-election fight against Republican Bob Stefanowski as a referendum on Connecticut’s tough gun control laws that have been held up as a national model by advocates for over a decade.
In an exclusive meet and greet with Hearst Connecticut Media last week, however, Lamont said he’s coming forward not just to defend the state’s existing laws, but to propose a new set of so-called gun regulations. ghosts, assault weapons and the carrying of firearms in public.
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