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New York Senate Dems take aim at bump stocks in package of nine gun control bills

New York Daily News

ALBANY — Calling gun violence a “national epidemic,” state Senate Democrats Tuesday unveiled a package of gun control bills.

The nine-bill package would ban bump stock devices that increase rate of fire like the one used in the Las Vegas mass shooting. It would also establish extreme risk orders of protection, prohibit anyone convicted of a hate crime from possessing firearms, expand the time for background checks, and create a firearm violence research initiative.  

“Enacting this common sense legislation will help save lives by keeping guns out of the hands of dangerous individuals and banning tools to make legal guns more dangerous,” said Senate Democratic Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins (D-Yonkers).

But chances of passage are low given the Republicans remain in control of the chamber and have not passed a gun control bill since the adoption of Gov. Cuomo’s 2013 SAFE Act.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/n-y-senate-dems-target-bump-stocks-gun-control-bills-package-article-1.3803739

  • S.3355, by Sen. Liz Krueger, would mandate guns not in use be locked up or otherwise secured under penalty of law.
  • S.4363, by Sen. Roxanne Persaud, would create a taxpayer-funded “Firearm Violence Research Institute” to study “gun violence and develop methods of prevention.”
  • S.5808-A, introduced by Sen. Michael Gianaris, will establish a 10-day waiting period to conduct background checks on gun purchases. The language of the bill also requires firearm dealers to report attempted possibly illegal gun purchases.
  • S.5829, introduced by Sen. Kevin Parker, would make it a Class D felony to have, make or sell a gun that cannot be picked up by a metal detector.
  • S.5922, filed by Sen. Jamaal Bailey, will open up the gun industry to lawsuits if they “negligently market firearms to irresponsible buyers.”
  • S.6902, proposed by Sen. Brad Hoylman, will make it a Class D Felony to possess a bump stock or similar device.
  • S.7133, introduced by Sen. Brian Kavanagh, would establish Extreme Risk Protection Orders which would allow courts to issue an order to seize guns from individuals reported to be at risk to themselves or others.
  • Kavanagh also debuted S.7072, to add hate crimes to the list of offenses that strip someone of gun rights; as well as  S.7605,  which would require state officials to check the mental health records of an out-of-state resident during gun permit applications.
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4 Responses to New York Senate Dems take aim at bump stocks in package of nine gun control bills

  1. Bill in IL says:

    All of them are treasonous, but a few stand out:

    A National epidemic? <12k people per year and it's an epidemic? What do they call death by doctor then and why aren't they concerned about that epidemic?

    A felony to have a bump stock? Seriously?

    Then there is this peach:

    S.5922, filed by Sen. Jamaal Bailey, will open up the gun industry to lawsuits if they “negligently market firearms to irresponsible buyers.”

    Could this drooling moron be any more ambiguous? What BS, all of these traitors are in dire need of the noose.

  2. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    “Calling gun violence a “national epidemic,” state Senate Democrats Tuesday unveiled a package of gun control bills.”

    All fine & dandy… but when are they gonna finally unveil the ENFORCEMENT of all these blatant anti-2nd article infringements???

  3. NewVegasBadger says:

    To a Democrat every thing is a “epidemic”. Yawn. So what else is news? But politicians can not resist the urge to put forth another new law, in order to prevent “senseless tragedies” like this from happening again. If the Las Vegas shooter (assuming he the sole shooter) had “Hello Kitty” stickers on all of the weapons found, there would be some Democratic gun control loving politician calling for the banning of Hello Kitty stickers.
    By the Way, way back when shortly after World War I, a gaggle of Statesman gathered to sign a document banning war. That is right! We can not have wars any more since war was officially banned! So any nation that goes to war is doing so illegally!

    • flee says:

      Badgers…

      Yeah..I ran over one on the way home one day.

      I saw it… and thump thump on the 4×4..

      That sumbitch…shook it off and kept going like nothing happened.

      I heard of then shredding semi truck tires.

      One of the redneck locals said badgers are ez to take out…

      You hit them right between the eyes with a stick etc…

      Then they’ll drop like a rock…

      But…there’s one catch…

      You have to do it at full sprint while you’re running away from them.

      🙂

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