Family of Lori Gellatly pushes for stricter gun legislation

Gellatly had two restraining orders against her estranged

Gellatly had two restraining orders against her estranged husband and was set to go for the permanent one the day after her death. (Credit: News 12)

The family of an Oxford woman who was allegedly shot and killed by her estranged husband was in Washington, D.C. Tuesday to push for legislation they say would save lives.

Merry Jackson and Kasey Mason, the mother and sister of Lori Gellatly, were in the nation's capital with Sen. Richard Blumenthal to push for the passage of two bills.

One bill, introduced today, would offer financial...

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