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“RULING WITH A HEAVY HAND”

by New York State Grassroots Groups

In January 2013, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the SAFE Act, which placed restrictions on firearms ownership and reclassified hundreds of firearms as “assault weapons”

(Mar. 27, 2015) — NOTE: Additional Supreme Court Message Below this main message.

 Can it be:  A Sponsorship Record About to Be Broken?

It IS Bipartisan Support!!!!! – In ALBANY!!!!!!

The total numbers of Legislators now sponsors signed on in support of Safe Act Repealers is 68 and growing!!!!

Please send a Thank YOU to 9 additional Cosponsors who now signed on to FULL Repeal of the Safe Act

Thank you to additional Cosponsors who now signed on to S01193 Senate FULL Repeal bill:

Phil Boyle – LOB Room 304, (518) 455-3411 pboyle@nysenate.gov

Robert Ortt District 62 LOB 815 (518) 455-2024 Fax: (518) 426-6987 Ortt@nysenate.gov

Please send Thanks to additional Cosponsors who now signed on to A03943 Assembly FULL Repeal bill

Marc Butler — District 118 LOB 525 518-455-5393 ButlerM@assembly.state.ny.us

Aileen Gunther — District 100 LOB 826 518-455-5355 GuntheA@assembly.state.ny.us

Michael Kearns — District 142 431 LOB 518-455-4691Fax:716-671-8291 kearnsm@assembly.state.ny.us

William Magee — District 121 LOB 828 518-455-4807 MageeW@assembly.state.ny.us

Michael Montesano — District 15 LOB 437 518-455-4684 MontesanoM@assembly.state.ny.us

Dan Stec — District 114 LOB 940 518-455-5565 StecD@assembly.state.ny.us

Claudia Tenney — District 101 LOB 426 518-455-5334 Fax:315-736-3947 tenneyc@assembly.state.ny.us

To Break a Record of Legislation Sponsorship – PLEASE Keep Pushing:

The following letters are now being sent to; 1 – ALL NY Legislators / 2 – County leaders.

Please send the same or similar messages.

1-      to ALL Legislators

2-      to your county legislators

Subject [Soften Coumo’s Heavy Hand]

Dear NY Legislator:

Ethics matter and Cuomo’s ethics in handling of the legislature is offensive and unproductive. Cuomo rules the legislature like nothing ever seen before. He treats lawmakers like they are his servants. Discussing Cuomo in the NY daily news this Quote was made: “That’s what he does,” said one Assembly Democrat. “It’s government by temper tantrum. Cuomo MUST relinquish his grip on government. Everyone knows that. Cuomo can be shown the fear of him has ended. The legislature might then be able to enact proper education, job creation and other good legislation.

From Education to reform from A to Z it is only Cuomo’s way – bipartisan across the board he does not listen. So how can Cuomo be shown he must NOT rule with such a heavy hand? There is a great way to send him a message: Fully Repeal the Safe Act. End this ill thought of legislation and begin over again with better commonsense regulations.

Fully Repeal the Safe Act and start over again with a better bill that truly addresses crime and the mentally ill. This is a bipartisan way that will gain respect and bring back the proper authority to the NY legislature.

Every County is unsatisfied with the way Cuomo is handing out the billions in windfall as if it were a casino – Repeal the Safe Act and let the legislature have a hand in better distribution of the taxpayers’ money.

There is no downside in repealing the Safe Act but there is a bright light for NYS by repealing it. Please take part in this bipartisan effort to right our state government and rid us of the problematic Safe Act at the same time. Thank you.

Question: Do you support the FULL Repeal of the Safe Act?

Reply and redress requested

PS: 85% of the NY Counties passed resolutions to repeal the Safe Act. A similar letter is being sent to every county. The teachers in this state mow realize Albany mistakes too. They’re also on the list. Don’t forget the Farmers Assoc. and many others fine groups of people that are upset too.

Subject [Soften Coumo’s Heavy Hand]

Dear County Leader,

In these times of stress and stain times OUR county needs a fair shake. Albany is picking and choosing winners and losers. Every county needs an equal opportunity to pull US up and Cuomo should not be allowed to force US into his way.

Please read the county letter below and consider its validity. Then read the letter intended for the legislators. Please contact every state legislator you can and ask them to support – cosponsor and vote for S01193 Senate / A03942 Assembly.

County message:

Every County is dissatisfied with the way Cuomo is handing out the billions in windfall. A survey says 87% of the counties want the money distributed equally. No one approves of Cuomo using the money as a weapon.

Cuomo rules with a heavy hand. The legislators’ hands are tied – bipartisan across the board. Cuomo needs to lose his grip. That can happen. Tell our state legislators to fully repeal the Safe Act. The Safe Act is a stand along issue. It has no effect on any other negotiations. It does no harm to anything the legislature is working on and it wins friends in the public.

Tell ALL state legislators Fully Repeal the Safe Act and start over again with a better bill that truly addresses crime and the mentally ill. This is a bipartisan way that will gain respect and bring back the proper authority to the NY legislature.

Your County desires fair treatment that doesn’t require Cuomo’s intervention. Don’t waste the taxpayers’ money by playing the Cuomo games. Please take part in this bipartisan effort to right our state government and rid us of the problematic Safe Act at the same time. Thank you.

Please send this Legislator message:

Subject [Soften Coumo’s Heavy Hand]

Dear NY Legislator:

Ethics matter and Cuomo’s ethics in handling of the legislature is offensive and unproductive. Cuomo rules the legislature like nothing ever seen before. He treats lawmakers like they are his servants. Discussing Cuomo in the NY daily news this Quote was made: “That’s what he does,” said one Assembly Democrat. “It’s government by temper tantrum. Cuomo MUST relinquish his grip on government. Everyone knows that. Cuomo can be shown the fear of him has ended. The legislature might then be able to enact proper education, job creation and other good legislation.

From Education to reform from A to Z it is only Cuomo’s way – bipartisan across the board he does not listen. So how can Cuomo be shown he must NOT rule with such a heavy hand? There is a great way to send him a message: Fully Repeal the Safe Act. End this ill thought of legislation and begin over again with better commonsense regulations.

Fully Repeal the Safe Act and start over again with a better bill that truly addresses crime and the mentally ill. This is a bipartisan way that will gain respect and bring back the proper authority to the NY legislature.

Every County is unsatisfied with the way Cuomo is handing out the billions in windfall as if it were a casino – Repeal the Safe Act and let the legislature have a hand in better distribution of the taxpayers’ money.

There is no downside in repealing the Safe Act but there is a bright light for NYS by repealing it. Please take part in this bipartisan effort to right our state government and rid us of the problematic Safe Act at the same time. Thank you.

Very Important . 4 candidates for seats on the New York Supreme Court will be interviewed about their views on The Safe Act and other lawfulness. A discussion YOU should participate in.

The candidates to be interviewed: Craig Doran / Judy Sinclair / James Piampiano / Bill Taylor

When:  Sunday, April 12, 2:00 pm Where:  South Seneca Sportsmen’s Club, 6894 Yarnell Road, Ovid, NY

PS – Please spread the word to anyone and everyone – WE need all hands on deck – thanks.

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