Another member of the Connecticut Congressional delegation is speaking out about inaction in Washington on gun control reforms. Congressman John Larson took to the House floor recently to say that the time is now to vote on background checks for all gun purchases.
Larson says in a body where many people pride themselves on the Right to Life, why would those same people not rise to protect the lives of school children.
Larson says the nation's parents want to know when Congress will act, no matter what side members come down on. He expressed frustration with the failed vote on universal background checks legislation in the wake of the shootigns at Sandy Hook Elementary School.