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Schoharie County board urges repeal of gun restrictions

Resolution against NY SAFE act passes

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The state’s new gun safety law is getting a cold reception in Schoharie County where the Board of Supervisors is calling for a repeal of new restrictions seen as an intrusion on Constitutional rights. Supervisor Larry Bradt, R-Carlisle, issued a lengthy rebuke against the state’s changes during the board’s meeting Friday, calling on residents and officials to sign on to a petition calling for a repeal of “this crazy law.” Bradt, chairman of the board’s ...


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mad97dog
January 22, 2013
8:11 a.m.

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God bless all the rural counties and its supervisors for speaking up against the terrine that our governor has placed apon us. As for the opposition, maybe you should move to NYC with the rest of the sheep.

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