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In Fulton County, GOP candidate for lieutenant governor knocks SAFE Act

Chemung County Sheriff Chris Moss speaks Wednesday at Frank's Gun & Tackle Shop in Mayfield. Moss was in Fulton County to campaign for lieutenant governor on the Republican ticket with gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino.
Chemung County Sheriff Chris Moss speaks Wednesday at Frank's Gun & Tackle Shop in Mayfield. Moss was in Fulton County to campaign for lieutenant governor on the Republican ticket with gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino.
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Chemung County Sheriff Chris Moss, the Republican candidate for lieutenant governor, made several stops Wednesday in Fulton County, speaking out against the state’s gun control laws and touting his campaign platform. If elected in November, Moss said, his first move would be to try to repeal the Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act. He believes the law hurts small gun shops and reduces sales tax revenue. “One of the first things we will try to ...


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