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Warren County R110 2013

Warren County R110 2013

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Published by Evan Hempel
Opposing NY SAFE act
Opposing NY SAFE act

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Published by: Evan Hempel on Feb 16, 2013
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Warren County Board of Supervisors 
R
ESOLUTION
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110
OF
2013
Resolution introduced by Supervisors Monroe, Bentley, Montesi, Girard, Sokol, Wood andFrasier
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EXPRESSING DISSATISFACTION WITH THE PROCESS EMPLOYED BY THE NEWYORK STATE LEGISLATURE WHEN ADOPTING THE NY SAFE ACT
WHEREAS, on January 15, 2013, the New York State Legislature passed the NY SecureAmmunition and Fire Arms Enforcement Act of 2013 (NY SAFE Act) and Governor Cuomo signed thelegislation into law the same day, andWHEREAS, the NY SAFE Act is purported to be the most comprehensive gun law in the nation,andWHEREAS, the Warren County Board of Supervisors maintains that when a State governmentdecides to test and restrict the boundaries of constitutional protections, such action should be done withprudence and caution and only after our elected State legislators have had ample opportunity to study, reviewand debate the need for new or further legislation and the merit of any proposed legislation, and the affectedpublic including lawful gun owners and non-gun owners in New York State should have an opportunity tobe heard and comment upon proposed legislation which will test and restrict fundamental constitutionalrights including rights guaranteed under the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, andWHEREAS, the NY SAFE Act was adopted by the New York State Legislature and signed into lawby Governor Cuomo in an unprecedented expedited fashion and completely devoid of any opportunity forour elected State legislators to study, review and debate the legislation and without any opportunity for thepublic to comment upon the legislation or to have any input whatsoever upon the legislation, andWHEREAS, the Warren County Board of Supervisors recognizes the horrific and needless loss of life and irreparable damage that can be caused when violent criminals or mentally ill individuals possess anduse guns including so-called assault-style weapons, and

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