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by New York State Grassroots Groups

The “SAFE” Act, passed in New York January following the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown, CT, has been highly criticized by Second Amendment advocates, sheriffs and sportsmen

(Dec. 6, 2013) — The subject of the address is to detail the flaws and controversy of the NY S.A.F.E Act and a renewed call for its full repeal at the beginning of the 2014 legislative session.

The town hall type meeting will be held on Sunday, December 8, 2:00 pm, at the South Seneca Sportsmen’s Club, 6894 Yarnell Road, Ovid, New York, 14521. Friends, families, the public and the press are encouraged to attend. The event is free. After Nojay’s address several civic groups will hold a Q&A session. Additional speakers will discuss continuing and future actions against the Safe Act and legislative corruption.

The S.A.F.E Act (Governor Cuomo’s gun control law) was passed on January 15, 2013. After nearly a year of intense controversy the evidence is now in. In historic proportions, from all sides, the opposition of the statute (law) continues to grow. 52 counties, 325 towns and The Association of Sheriffs have passed resolutions of opposition. Over 1,000,000 individuals have signed and delivered personal petitions calling for full repeal. Countless protests of the Safe Act have taken place in every county of the state. Numerous lawsuits contesting most sections of the statute await court action. A statewide coalition of an estimated 180 organizations with an estimated over 2,000,000 members continue organizing future protests. Over 1,000 arrests for Safe Act violations have been made with all being either dismissed or found not guilty by juries. Numerous full repeal bills sit in Albany awaiting committee action.

New York State Assemblyman Bill Nojay, is a leading opponent of the NY SAFE ACT and supporter of New Yorkers’ Second Amendment rights. Nojay voted “no” on the SAFE ACT. Mr. Nojay continues campaigning against the statute with unwavering resolve.

Assemblyman Bill Nojay states, “The SAFE ACT will become the most widely opposed, and subject to the most civil disobedience, of any statute passed by this body.”

Media Request: We ask that reporters refrain from asking Assemblyman Nojay questions about his involvement with Donald Trump until after the presentation and Q&A. Please ask for interview.

For further info email albel1@aol.com

United Gun Owners of New York
South Seneca Sportsmen Club
Contributor: New York Civic League

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