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  • Sandy Hook Advisory Commission Completes Work, Until Next Year

    A screen shot from CT-N shows Governor Dannel P. Malloy as he makes final remarks before his Sandy Hook Advisory Commission completed its work Friday, March 6, nearly t2½ years after it convened. The panel issued its final version of a report not only recounting the events of December 14, 2012, but issuing myriad recommendations for school safety, improving mental health systems and other measures to try and prevent another tragedy like Newtown experienced at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

  • Home Schooling Parents Upset With Sandy Hook Panel Proposals

    HARTFORD — Parents’ rights organizations from across Connecticut, including homeschoolers, contend they would be treated unfairly by some public policy recommendations prompted by the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

    Believing their parental rights are at risks, the various groups have joined forces to form the new Parental Rights Coalition.

  • Panel To Finalize Recommendations To Malloy

    HARTFORD (AP) — The panel of experts reviewing the 2012 mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown is officially wrapping up its work after two years.

    Members of the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission are scheduled to finalize their report to Governor Dannel P. Malloy on Friday. The group of experts released a 256-page draft report in early February, calling for new gun control measures, detailed school building standards, and a new approach to mental health care.

  • Setting A New Standard Of Response To Tragedy

     

  • Draft Of Sandy Hook Commission Report Released Ahead Of Friday Meeting

    The February 12 release of a draft report of Governor Dannel Malloy’s Sandy Hook Advisory Commission has come one day ahead of a meeting where the panel was scheduled to vote on its formal release.

  • 26 Victims or 27? Sandy Hook Commission Considers Role Of Shooter’s Mother

    HARTFORD (AP) — The Sandy Hook Advisory Commission debated Friday whether the victims counted in the dedication should include the shooter’s mother, a woman who has been faulted for contributing to the tragedy by fostering his fascination with guns as he grew increasingly socially isolated.

  • Sandy Hook Advisory Commission Meeting Friday

    HARTFORD – The Sandy Hook Advisory Commission is next scheduled to meet on Friday, January 30, at 9:30 am, in the hearing room 2B of the Legislative Office Building in Hartford.

  • Advisory Commission Working On Final Report

    HARTFORD — An advisory panel charged with looking at public safety in the wake of the deadly Newtown school shooting agreed on January 16 to include in its final report a recommendation to ban the sale and possession of any gun that can fire more than ten rounds without reloading.

  • Sandy Hook Advisory Commission To Meet Friday

    HARTFORD — The Sandy Hook Advisory Commission is next scheduled to meet Friday, January 16, at 9:30 am, at the Legislative Office Building.

    The commission is Governor Dannel P. Malloy’s 16-member panel of experts tasked with reviewing current policies and making specific recommendations in the areas of public safety, with particular attention paid to school safety, mental health, and gun violence prevention.

  • Budget, Transportation Among Top Session Issues

    HARTFORD — Projected state budget deficits and an aging transportation infrastructure are among the key challenges Connecticut lawmakers are expected tackle when they convene the new legislative session.

    Expanding jobs, reining in consumer electricity costs and overhauling domestic violence restraining orders are among some other big tasks also on tap.