Will the SAFE Act Make Us Safer?

, New York Law Journal

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The entire SAFE Act deserves careful attention, but the recent decision by the Second Circuit in 'New York Pistol & Rifle Club v. Cuomo', upholding the assault weapons ban, provides an opportune moment to review and assess that important part of the law.

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  • Grifhunter

    Wait, what? A survey piece of a NY 2nd Amendment conflict that doesn‘t demean or emotionalize? Please tell me I‘m not dreaming.

  • jsb6553

    Simply put; as a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment and a member of the NYS Rifle & Pistol Association and other similar organizations, thank you for your well written piece that is free of the typical hysteria.

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