- S-1251, Requires the Division of Criminal Justice Services to publish quarterly reports providing information related to firearms, rifles and shotguns used in the commission of crimes in the State of New York.
Congressman Jerry Nadler sent out two pressers today on gun control bills he’s sponsoring:
- Chairman Nadler & Chairman Thompson, Joined by Democrats and Republicans, Reintroduce Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2021 – H.R. 8
- Majority Whip Clyburn, Chairman Nadler Reintroduce the Enhanced Background Checks Act to Close the Charleston Loophole – H.R. 1446
- Court Of Appeals To Hear California High-Capacity Magazine Limit Law Again
- Attorney General James Fights to Protect New Yorkers from Out-of-State Lawbreaker Seeking to Flood Streets with Dangerous Ghost Guns
- NRA is ‘out of ammo’ as it faces a legal mess of its own making, many experts say
- NRA bankruptcy gambit may backfire
- Schneider NRA Investigation Prompts Tax-Exempt Report
- NRA sues New York attorney general, says she wants to destroy ‘political enemy’
Seen off I-787 in Albany:
Guns bills they want this session include:
- A-613/S-14, Enacts the “Jose Webster Untraceable Firearms Act.”
- A-2666/S-13, Enacts the “Scott J. Beigel Unfinished Receiver Act.”
- S-1048, Relates to the dangers to the safety and health of the public caused by the sale, manufacturing, importing and marketing of firearms and whether such activity constitutes a public nuisance. An attempt to get around the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act.
- S-1049, Establishes the “Community Violence Intervention and Prevention Act.” It hands out money to politico’s cronies back home.
- S-4116, Requires semiautomatic pistols manufactured or delivered to any licensed dealer in this state to be capable of microstamping ammunition.
NYAGV has taken a back seat to Everytown in recent years, but they’re sure to get at least the first two items on their wish list.
- New York Calls for NRA Bankruptcy Dismissal, Cites Bad Faith
- NRA Reveals Assets From Charlton Heston Statue to Range Rover in Latest Bankruptcy Filing
- U.S. Bankruptcy Watchdog Says NRA Law Firm Has ‘Disqualifying Conflicts’
- NRA Taps Kirkland as Special Litigation Counsel as Gun Rights Group Fights to Stay in Bankruptcy
- Texas Judge Sends NRA Suit Against Ad Agency To Mediation