Connecticut Supreme Court: Sandy Hook Gun Lawsuit Reinstated

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The New York Times reported on the Connecticut Supreme Court decision to reinstate a major component of a lawsuit against Remington Outdoor Co. Inc. The lawsuit was brought against the North Carolina Company by families of both survivors and victims of the Sandy Hook massacre.

Read these two articles for more detail on this important legislation:
Sandy Hook Families Can Sue Gunmaker Remington: Connecticut Court
The Latest: Ruling Against Gun-Maker Draws Mixed Reaction

Diana Wege, Founder and Chairman of WOVEN reflected on the ruling:
“This is a positive step forward on the issue of gun violence. We at WOVEN support many partners who work tirelessly for gun violence and gun control legislation. We unite with them to support this development.”

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