At 7:30 pm today Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams will hold a candlelight vigil for victims of the Crown Heights mass shooting at the intersection of Utica Avenue and Michael Griffith Street. The vigil will include “clergy leaders, anti-gun violence advocates and elected leaders … At the vigil, Borough President Adams and other participants will call attention to the pervasive double-standard around mass shooting incidents, where shootings in urban areas are treated with less urgency than those in suburban and rural communities, despite accounting for most of the gun violence in the U.S. He will also highlight the role that handguns play in driving the gun violence crisis in the country.”
Seneca County S.C.O.P.E. 2019 General Election Candidates’ Night, Tuesday, September 24 @ 7:00 pm, VFW Post #6433, 29 W. Elisha Street, Waterloo.
Note the part at 1:33 where Senator Jim Gaughran says the exemption is for “responsible people.” By definition that must mean he believes FNRA is run by irresponsible people.
Assembly bill is A-1413. No Senate companion yet.