Safety Measures

Connecticut's Malloy Claims First Ban on No-Fly Gun Sales, But Don't Forget Christie

The Connecticut governor said Thursday "if Congress does not act, we in the states will."
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When Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy said Thursday that he wants to make his state the first in the U.S. to bar gun sales to those on the terrorism no-fly list, he forgot one detail: Another state already beat him to it two years ago, and its governor happens to be Chris Christie, one of Malloy's frequent Republican targets.

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