NSSF files amicus brief

The NSSF has filed an amicus brief supporting the NYSRPA lawsuit against the SAFE Act.  It focuses on vagueness and commerce.

3 thoughts on “NSSF files amicus brief

  1. Baby Cuomo is like his POS father. He relied on the 5 boroughs and Westchester to keep him in Albany too. Same with “3 Counties Quinn” in IL.

  2. This brief is exceptionally well-written. It addresses the confusion which this poorly-crafted legislation has caused; it exposes the inherent conflicts within the SAFE Act (which actually creates or amends NINE laws); and it makes a crystal-clear case for Restraint of Trade. I have considered the ludicrous restrictions in several sections of the SAFE Act to be in violation of Article 1, Section 8 of the US Constitution, 3rd Paragraph (The Commerce Clause). States are precluded from regulating commerce between themselves and other states; thus, banning firearms in one state which are in common use across the USA is a usurpation of the power of Congress.
    Good job, NSSA!

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