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Schoharie County supervisors don’t want seal used to push SAFE Act

Schoharie County supervisors voted Friday to ask state officials not to use the county seal on anything related to the enforcement of the state's controversial SAFE Act.
Schoharie County supervisors voted Friday to ask state officials not to use the county seal on anything related to the enforcement of the state's controversial SAFE Act.
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Schoharie County is asking New York state to keep the county’s official seal off websites and other communication that involves the state’s controversial gun legislation known as the SAFE Act. A resolution approved Friday marks the second time the county took a swing at the Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act. In March, the Board of Supervisors sent a letter to Albany letting state officials know the county won’t spend any money enforcing the law ...


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