Dubois: CBA's Gun Law Debate Offers Sense of Deja Vu

As I have noted here before, in addition to my usual bag of tricks, I am presently serving as president of the Connecticut Bar Association. The job comes with a requirement of infinite patience and a thick skin.

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Originally appeared in print as CBA's Gun Law Debate Offers Sense of Deja Vu

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  • joe

    Big different between the CBA getting involved in the tort reform issue (which clearly concerns the legal profession) vs. the second amendment issue (which tangentially concerns the legal profession).

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