The Public Health Committee will hold a public hearing on Monday, March 28, 2022, at 11:00 A.M. via Zoom.
The subject matter will be Gun Violence Prevention and other Public Health Related Bills. The two bills listed below are anti-gun and will affect your rights!
TAKE ACTION NOW! Step by step to protect your rights!
STEP 1 Prepare your written testimony (preferably in Word or PDF attachment)
STEP 2 Email your written testimony to: PHtestimony@cga.ct.gov
STEP 3 cc: your testimony to your state Senator and Representative. Find your Legislator
STEP 4 If you can, pre-register to testify via zoom, before Sunday, March 27th 3:00 P.M.
The two firearm related bills on the Public Health Committee agenda are:
S.B. No. 477 AN ACT CONCERNING THE PUBLIC HEALTH OF RESIDENTS OF THE STATE.
Sec. 7. of this bill will establish a 21-member Commission on Gun Violence Intervention and Prevention to coordinate the funding and implementation of programs and strategies to reduce community gun violence in the state. By awarding grants and guidance to organizations working toward reducing gun violence and allow the commission to accept any gift, donation, or bequest for the purpose of performing their duties.
Who will be on this Commission? Members of organizations that have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars lobby for gun control here in Connecticut. Representatives from organizations like CT Against Gun Violence and Mothers United Against Gun Violence.
H.B. No. 5397 AN ACT DECLARING GUN VIOLENCE A PUBLIC HEALTH CRISIS AND ESTABLISHING THE OFFICE OF GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND ADVISORY COUNCIL ON GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION AND INTERVENTION.
This bill will declare that gun violence constitutes a public health crisis and will continue to constitute to be a public health crisis until their goal are attained, it will establish an Office of Gun Violence Prevention.
For more information check out our Public Hearing Guide
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