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Image from Governor Andrew Cuomo's state of the state presentation, highlighting public safety and gun control. Photo: Gov. Cuomo's office
Image from Governor Andrew Cuomo's state of the state presentation, highlighting public safety and gun control. Photo: Gov. Cuomo's office

Will gun owners go along with NY's tough new law?

The New York State Police held informational meetings with gun owners and dealers yesterday around the state. The meetings were designed to answer questions about how New York's tough new gun control law will be implemented.

That law, signed by Governor Cuomo earlier this month, includes strict regulation of assault rifles, closer tracking of gun sales, and a phased-in ban of high-capacity ammunition magazines.

At a meeting in Lake Placid, gun owners from the North Country asked for clarification about how the rules would affect their gun collections.

But they also expressed frustration, anger and defiance.  Go to full article

Video: Gun law reactions at the NYS Arms Collectors Association gun show in Albany

Organizers of the New York State Arms Collectors Association annual gun show say they saw a slightly bigger crowd in 2013 in the wake of a new gun control law passed in New York and potential changes at the federal level. Video courtesy of New York NOW and the Innovation Trail.  Go to full article
Chris Erickson, right, owner and head brewer at the Lake Placid Pub and Brewery, discusses health care challenges he deals with as a small business owner during a roundtable with Congressman Bill Owens in Lake Placid on Friday. Lake Placid village Trustee Peter Holderied listens. <em>Adirondack Daily Enterprise</em> photo: Chris Morris
Chris Erickson, right, owner and head brewer at the Lake Placid Pub and Brewery, discusses health care challenges he deals with as a small business owner during a roundtable with Congressman Bill Owens in Lake Placid on Friday. Lake Placid village Trustee Peter Holderied listens. Adirondack Daily Enterprise photo: Chris Morris

Owens hears North Country concerns on listening tour

Congressman Bill Owens has been getting an earful from North Country community leaders this month, leaving the Plattsburgh Democrat with even more work to do as Congress prepares to tackle big, time-consuming issues like proposals to strengthen gun laws and solving the country's debt problems.

Owens has been meeting with business, government, education and nonprofit officials from across the 21st Congressional District to hear about their concerns.  Go to full article

Vermont legislators look forward to new session

The Vermont legislature's 2013 session is getting underway. The legislature will likely address some hot-button issues, possibly including some the state has considered for years, including the legalization of medical marijuana, and assisted suicide.  Go to full article

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo signing the NY SAFE act into law last week.  Journalists say the state over-reacted, by privatizing gun holder permit records.  Photo: Gov. Cuomo's office via Flickr
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signing the NY SAFE act into law last week. Journalists say the state over-reacted, by privatizing gun holder permit records. Photo: Gov. Cuomo's office via Flickr

Journalists want NY gun holder records to remain public

A national journalism organization is calling on New York to restore public access to gun permit records. The names and addresses of people who hold gun permits were considered public information until last week, when the state legislature and Governor Cuomo approved gun control legislation.  Go to full article
A pleased Gov. Andrew Cuomo at Tuesday's signing of the NY SAFE Act. Photo: Gov. Cuomo's office via <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/governorandrewcuomo/">Flickr
A pleased Gov. Andrew Cuomo at Tuesday's signing of the NY SAFE Act. Photo: Gov. Cuomo's office via Flickr

New poll finds wide support of Cuomo agenda

A survey from Siena College pollsters finds voters overwhelming support many of the items that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is pushing, including parts of the newly enacted gun control law.  Go to full article
Ammunition's moving fast off the shelves at North Woods Outfitters in Potsdam.  Photo by David Sommerstein.
Ammunition's moving fast off the shelves at North Woods Outfitters in Potsdam. Photo by David Sommerstein.

Small outfitter says gun laws could cripple business

Gun sellers in the North Country are digesting the new state gun control laws passed this week. Most aren't happy with what they're finding out.

North Woods Outfitters in Potsdam caters to hunters. The modest shop has a country store feel, with wood paneling and homemade shelving. A steady stream of customers walks in Thursday morning. A couple older guys with NRA patches sewn on their jeans jackets head straight to the counter where the ammunition is.

Store owner Rick Jones looks a little worried. He says boxes of bullets are flying off the shelves.  Go to full article
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signing the NY SAFE act into law on Tuesday. The governor has been criticized by some for the speed with which the debate, votes, and signing of the new package of laws took place. Photo: Gov. Cuomo's office via <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/57782386@N06">Flickr</a>
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signing the NY SAFE act into law on Tuesday. The governor has been criticized by some for the speed with which the debate, votes, and signing of the new package of laws took place. Photo: Gov. Cuomo's office via Flickr

Editorial writers rip gun law process

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is trading sharp words with the editorial board of the Glens Falls Post Star, after the newspaper blasted his new gun control measure.

The newspaper argued in a lead editorial this week that Cuomo should have slowed down the gun control debate to allow for public hearings and public review.

That view was echoed by the Albany Times-Union, which ran a lead editorial criticizing the process for what the paper described as a lack of transparency.  Go to full article
Remington Arms in Ilion, NY. Photo: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/loonyhiker/">loonyhiker</a>, CC <a href="http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/deed.en">some rights reserved</a>
Remington Arms in Ilion, NY. Photo: loonyhiker, CC some rights reserved

Remington Arms home ignored in gun law passage

The central New York home of a historic, and major, gun manufacturer felt a little ignored as the state quickly passed new gun control legislation this week.  Go to full article

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