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NRA Launches Lawsuit Challenging NY's Recent Gun Control Law

Claim the SAFE Act is unconstitutional

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(CNN) — The National Rifle Association's New York state affiliate filed a federal lawsuit Thursday in Buffalo contesting the constitutionality of the SAFE Act, the sweeping gun-control bill Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed into law in January, the group announced in a press release.

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  1. Cuomo knows that this is a bad bill, bad as in not defendable in the court of public opinion let alone in front of a judge. If he thought he was on solid ground he would not have pushed to have it passed in the middle of the night.

    Same thing with mayor O’Mally’s gun control bill in MD. The MD Senate was so proud of their work, they passed the bill on a Friday evening. Luckily, even MD House democrats from Montgomery County are waking up to the fact that a bayonet lug and other scary looking features do not make a rifle more dangerous.

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