Connecticut Attorney General: 2nd Amendment an individual right … for the time being

The attorney general in each state is the chief legal officer for the state, representing the interests of the people in legal matters and serve as legal council to state agencies. Their scope should not include politics or formation of law, as that is the role of the legislatures. But that does not stop Connecticut’s George Jepsen from spouting off on gun control.

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Conn. Attorney General thinks Florida has weak eligibility requirements for a pistol permit?

During an interview with Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen this morning with Jim Vicevich on the big radio show, Jepsen mentioned multiple times that Florida hands out pistol permits too easily as compared to Connecticut. Let’s look at the requirements shall we?

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