DANBURY, Conn. – Danbury Rep. Richard Smith (R-108) has announced an anonymous online survey encouraging people to voice their opinions and concerns about legislative proposals involving gun violence.
The online survey asks questions about gun control, school safety and mental health resources, according to a news release.
"As the 2013 session unfolds, the General Assembly is expected to consider multiple legislative proposals aimed at keeping Connecticut residents safer in the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy," Smith said.
"As a member of the Judiciary Committee, I will be at the forefront of debate on many of these bills, and would like to cultivate a better understanding of your positions on some of the most controversial issues I will face on your behalf," he said.
To take the survey, click here. Smith also encourages anyone interested in discussing the topic further to contact him directly at Richard.Smith@housegop.ct.gov or 800-842-1423.
"I truly value your feedback, and appreciate your consideration for these important questions,” Smith said.
Smith, who was first elected to the General Assembly in 2010, represents the 108th District, which includes parts of Danbury, New Fairfield, Sherman and New Milford.
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