Connecticut gun control advocates cheer $73 million settlement between Remington and Sandy Hook families

Gun control advocates in Connecticut celebrated Tuesday as the maker of a rifle used to kill 26 people at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012 agreed to pay $73 million to the families of nine victims.

“No amount of money could ever repay the [Sandy Hook] families for their losses that they’ve suffered,” Jeremy Stein, executive director of CT Against Gun Violence, said Tuesday. “But it also marks a historic moment that shows that the gun industry can be held accountable.”

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