Connecticut lawmakers pushed a bill Tuesday that would toughen criminal penalties for those involved in a violent crime known as the knockout game.

Officials say the violent game happens when assailants attempt to knock out random victims with a single punch.

The Public Safety Committee pushed a bill that would raise the crime to a felony and make the mandatory minimum sentence two years...

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