Assemblyman Cliff Crouch will host another informational forum Saturday on the NY SAFE Act. Crouch has previously held forums in Chenango and Broome counties, and Saturday he will be in Delaware County at the Walton Central School.
State Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin said he is considering a run for the governorship. Since Governor Cuomo defeated republican challenger Carl Paladino in 2010, the search has been on for the next republican challenger.
McLaughlin said in an interview that anger with the NY SAFE Act could play out in his favor because of the governor’s current low-approval rating in Upstate New York...
Remington Arms officials have made their first statement in regards to New York's new gun laws. The statement was released on their Facebook page.
Interestingly, Remington did not close the door on an exit from Ilion, simply saying, "Remington will not run or abandon its loyal and hard working 1,300 employees without considerable thought and deliberation...
The State Office of General Services estimates it will spend $60,000 in materials and labor to repair the grass of West Capitol Park. The grass was damaged by the combination of a large crowd and muddy conditions at a February 28 rally opposing the NY safe gun control law.
The New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, New York’s largest gun rights group, as promised, sued state officials in federal court in an attempt to reverse several provisions of the NY SAFE Act gun control law.