15
Jan
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Here’s a link to the new Cuomo gun prohibition bill S-2230.

The bill was not made available to Senators for more than a couple of minutes before voting late last night.  New York is keeping our fine Tammany tradition alive.  Big Tim would be proud.

Greg Ball and Kathy Marchione stood up for us.  The ones from Long Island did not.  The Post has some details, “State Senate OKs assault weapon crackdown.

The Assembly is scheduled to vote on the bill today.

 

10 Responses to “We’re fucked”

  1. I_do_Kare Says:

    This is an abomination, 7 rounds? Registration? Microstamping next?? At least my senator, Pattie ritchie said no to this foolishness….Also why nothing about saturday the 19th?

  2. Dann Says:

    What are your suggestions as far as our responds to this?

  3. admin Says:

    We need opinions from lawyers. Would not be surprised if someone files suit.

  4. SayUncle » More gun control in New York Says:

    […] One one hand, I find that the restrictions being so onerous makes them ripe for a court challenge. But Jacob says NYers are fucked. […]

  5. Bob Says:

    What date is all this set to go in effect regarding registration and the clock starting on transfer of high capacity mags?

  6. Bill Twist Says:

    Anybody have a link to who voted for what? I need to know if my state senator voted against it, or for it, so I can either thank her, or tell her that she lost someone who voted for her consistently over the last 15 years or so, and who will now actively help anyone who runs against her to the best of my ability.

  7. admin Says:

    All the Dems. plus these Republicans vote for it:

    Boyle, Philip M. R
    Flanagan, John J.
    Fuschillo, Charles J., Jr.
    Golden, Martin J.
    Grisanti, Mark
    Hannon, Kemp
    Lanza, Andrew J
    LaValle, Kenneth P.
    Marcellino, Carl L
    Martins, Jack M.
    Skelos, Dean G.

  8. admin Says:

    Goes into affect immediately after Cuomo signs it.

  9. Bill Twist Says:

    OK, my senator (Betty Little) didn’t sign it. I guess that’s some small consolation. Thanks.

  10. Bob Says:

    It has got to take time for the registration process to be set up. There is nothing in place. For someone considering moving their firearms to a house in another state rather than registering them in NY, how long do you estimate they would have before they are in violation?

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