Guest Commentary

Keep Your Gun, We'll Take Your House

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

How is it that in Connecticut and the other 49 states a law-abiding citizen is more likely to have one's home or business seized by government than one's guns? As most of those who follow the goings on in Connecticut's cities know, keeping one's property out of the clutches of government planners, or their preferred developers, is no easy task especially when planners are drooling over drawings that show better use of the land on which one's home and business is located and additional tax revenues the city can expect to collect.

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