- Borrello Joins Lawsuit Challenging Constitutionality Of New State Ammunition Regulations
- NY ethics panel says judges can join NRA
- Schumer Commits To Bring Newly Revised Marijuana Banking Bill To The Floor With Cannabis Expungements And Gun Rights Amendments
- Congressman Higgins Announces Introduction of the Disarm Hate Act
- Rep. Higgins helps introduce violent misdemeanor hate crime gun bill
- Hunter Biden’s Best Allies Could Be the Supreme Court’s Conservatives
- ‘An odd situation’: President Biden aims to tighten firearms sales. Hunter Biden is caught in the crosshairs
- Statement: Stec blasts new ammunition background check law
“President Joe Biden is creating a White House office dedicated to gun violence prevention, according to people familiar with the matter, amid calls from activists to do more to address the issue in lieu of congressional action. Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are expected to announce the establishment of the new office at a White House ceremony …”
Biden can’t move an agenda through Congress so I’ll take a stab and say the primary focus of this new office will be to funnel money to various leftist urban community groups who will in turn back Democrat politicians at election time. That fits with what Everytown had been lobbying on.
- New gun laws go into effect in New York surviving last-minute legal challenge
- Gun laws: Tougher New York concealed carry regulations take effect across Empire State
- New York’s Gun Laws Are Changing: Here’s What You Need To Know
- Assemblyman Blankenbush warns hunters to expect possible snags for ammunition purchases amidst Concealed Carry Improvement Act taking effect September 13
- Meet NYC’s surprising new gun owners: Councilwoman, grocer, new mom
Background checks for ammunition purchases goes into effect today. From what I’ve been hearing it’s a dumpster fire. I have been told they want make, model and serial number plus other personal things like SSN with wait times upwards of 40 minutes to approve the sale.
In addition two local courts have ruled against New York’s so-called “red flag” laws and supporters are seriously worried they’re next on the chopping block.
Reporting at the Long Island Press identifies 3 candidates running for Nassau Co. Legislature this fall attended this dog-and-pony show: Alexis Pace, District #4, Seth Koslow, District #5 and Weihua Yan, District #10. Vote for their opponents no matter who they are.