A law named fro an Oxford woman killed in 2014 by her estranged husband is being advocated for by Connecticut's two U.S. Senators. The Lori Jackson Domestic Violence Survivor Protection Act would be similar to a new law that took effect in Connecticut Sunday. Residents with temporary restraining orders against them have to surrender their guns.
Lori's mother Merry Jackson was injured in the shooting that killed her daughter. She says the pain never goes away, but they are honored to have the bill in Lori's name.
Senator Chris Murphy says there are a lot of controversial aspects of the gun violence conversations, but this should not be one of them.