From FOX-CT’s Laurie Perez and the Courant’s Daniela Altimari:
Foley told them if he were elected there would be no new attempts at gun control. “I promise … any further attempts at restrictions will stop at the governor’s office.”
Regarding the General Assembly overhwhelming approval of new gun control laws last year, Foley said, “had I been governor, the outcome would’ve been different.” He added, however, “any chance of repeal is remote.”
Before he spoke, Foley sat with Martha Dean, who ran for attorney general in 2010 and who is a gun rights advocate.