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Question of the Day
Do you think Connecticut's new gun law will curb violence?
Comment: It hasn't worked in other countries. The answer is to have the ability to defend yourself. from Troy/OH by Dave
Comment: There is no laws to stop the lawless. from Dayton Oh by Carla Colquhoun
Comment: Historically, violent criminals don't obey laws. This will violate the rights of law abiding citizens. from Miamisburg Ohio by Rick
Comment: THESE GUN LAWS ARE A SMACK IN THE FACE OF AMERICA.. THE ONLY PEOPLE WHO IT IS GOING TO AFFECT ARE LAW ABIDING CITIZENS WHO WANT TO PROTECT THERE FAMILIES..CRIMINALS DO NOT OBEY LAWS!!LOOK AT THE MOST VIOLENT CITYS IN AMERICA THEY ARE THE CITYS WITH THE STRICTEST GUN CONTROL.ITS ALL ABOUT THE GOVERMENT TRYING TO CONTROL OUR LIVES.. from miamisburg by matt
Comment: The fact still remains that criminals and individuals with mental disorders will still find ways to get guns. So in essence the government is putting their efforts on the wrong group of people. from Centerville, oh by Jerry
Comment: nothing can curb the violence in CT violence! It'll probably make things worse.I'm from there.I know the street life there. It'll sure make quite a few "hot" gun sellers rich though. from eaton,oh by shari
Comment: Connnecticut's violence and crime rate will probably increase due to criminals not obeying gun laws.GUN LAWS DON"T DISARM CRIMINALS!! from Celina by Doug
Comment: Restricting the use of firearms will not curb violence. Anyone bent on committing violence will pick any weapon available, not just a gun. Peel back the layers causing violence first and deal with the actual causes. from So. Charleston, Ohio by Dian
Comment: just wont help from springfield by jro
Comment: They are acting like they are doing something, since they won't enforce these laws either. Just another head fake! But I will boycott that state and Colorado, Illinois, NY, Maryland, and Calinuts. from Centerville/OH by Kevin
Comment: It's a sad day in Connecticut for the 2nd Amendment from Englewood, Ohio by Terry
Comment: It will not do a thing to stop this type of violence. Security needs to be tightened up in the schools, including teachers being armed. from Miamisburg, OH by Terry
Comment: absolutly not.criminals dont obey laws its that simple oh and obammy/bidden say 90% of americans approve of his gun grabbin plans looks like just the opposite here and every where else ive looked..call your congressmen and senators and stop this from happening to us. from dayton by tommie
Comment: I don't believe that guns are an excuse for violence; they are a means to enact violence. Take them away and the enraged or insane will turn to other means, like blades and homemade explosives. from Dayton, Ohio by Justin
Comment: It will just make more criminals! from Pa. by Jim
Comment: Do you really think Criminals are going to obey any gun laws ??????????? from Dayton, OH by Bob
Comment: Both Conn. and Colo. gun laws are a kneejerk reaction. A law should be thought out proactively and not as a result of emotion. from Fairborn, Oh. by the ol' Man
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