Malloy was to give criminals a second chance, too bad the governor of Connecticut doesn’t give the Second Amendment any chance.
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut — Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Tuesday unveiled a series of legislative proposals aimed at giving nonviolent criminal offenders a second chance, including the elimination of mandatory minimum sentences for nonviolent drug offenses.
The Democrat contends it makes more sense, both fiscally and morally, to help nonviolent offenders reintegrate into society rather than return to a life behind bars.
“We cannot perpetually be a punitive society,” Malloy said during an address at Yale Law School. “We have …read more