New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Feedback intended for the Journal News that the Rockland County Times mistakenly received
Feedback intended for the Journal News that the Rockland County Times mistakenly received - In the wake of the interactive gun-map controversy, a number of persons mistakenly sent the Rockland County Times angry emails intended for the Journal News.
We here at the Rockland County Times have decided to publish these letters in the interest of showing exactly how the Journal News’ gun-map stunt made people around North America feel!
Steve Katz during floor debate
Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin discusses the New York SAFE Act
Senator Greg Ball session comments - 1/14/13
Critics assail Cuomo's gun deal as secret, rushed
Critics assail Cuomo's gun deal as secret, rushed - Gov. Andrew Cuomo is being criticized by a good-government group and rank-and-file lawmakers for rushing his gun control law through secret meetings to make New York the first state to enact a measure since the Newtown, Conn., tragedy. Dick Dadey of Citizens Union says the closed-door negotiations followed by immediate votes were unnecessary for a bill in which most measures aren't effective for 60 days. Dadey says public input and debate makes better laws.
Kathleen Marchione's comments on Cuomo bill
Mid-Hudson police officials say more restrictive gun, ammo laws won't solve problem
Mid-Hudson police officials say more restrictive gun, ammo laws won't solve problem - The current debate about gun control is emotional, both locally and nationwide, but some area law-enforcement personnel say laws already in place are adequate. They argue that law-abiding citizens are not the problem and that a person who wants to commit a crime will find a way to do so regardless of laws.