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    Back in February, I wrote about two transgender sprinters who placed first and second in the Girls Indoor Track Championship held in Connecticut.  As I noted at the time, the same two transgender athletes had won the top spots the year before, as well. Three of the girls who competed in the track championship have now filed a federal discrimination complaint against a statewide policy on transgender athletes.

    Gary Gravelle of Connecticut was indicted last week for allegedly "threatening to kill, injure and intimidate people and explode property in Connecticut and elsewhere." Gravelle, "identified as a member of the white separate organization American Knights of Anarchy, or AKA," reports the New Haven Register. In his powder-filled letter to Trump, Gravelle allegedly wrote, "I, Gary Gravelle, ... as a faithful soldier of the AKA, am coming to KILLDonald Trump."

    The Connecticut Supreme Court has ruled that the victims and their families of the Sandy Hook school shooting in 2012 could sue the manufacturer of the gun used under Connecticut law, notwithstanding that the shooter Adam Lanza didn't purchase the gun (he stole it from his mother) and manufacturers are broadly protected by The Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act (PLCAA).