ATLANTA – A woman in Georgia who was shot and paralyzed by her estranged husband is now pushing a law that would stop spouses from buying weapons during a divorce, according to WSB-TV.
April Ross, a Fulton County prosecutor, still goes to therapy after she was left paralyzed by the shooting. Her estranged husband then shot himself.
A bill has been filed by a state Senator from Marietta that would prevent a spouse from buying a weapon during a divorce unless a judge gave special permission.
Ross said if legislatures won’t pass the bill, then they should pass a law that would alert the spouse if the other spouse bought a gun.
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