Broadalbin Town Board supports 2A Sanctuary idea

Broadalbin Town Board supports 2A Sanctuary idea

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Town of Broadalbin Councilman Dave Bardascini, left, reads a resolution for the town to become a Second Amendment Sanctuary during the town boardÕs meeting on Tuesday as fellow Councilman Douglas Kissinger listens. The board passed the resolution. (The Leader-Herald/Briana O’Hara) BROADALBIN — The town is showing its support of the Second Amendment Sanctuary county movement through a resolution. During the Town Board’s regular meeting on Tuesday, the board passed a resolution in support of the Second Amendment Sanctuary county movement, and to have the town attorney review the town’s position in the movement. Councilman Dave Bardascini introduced the resolution stating the 2A Sanctuary would make it so Fulton County could not fund any regulations of the New York Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act of 2013, also known as the SAFE Act. “[As] you know, the SAFE Act was passed in the middle of the night in 2013… every aspect of the SAFE Act targets law abiding citizens. It just makes criminals out of law abiding citizens,” Bardascini said. “What we’re looking to do is to have the county not fund any enforcements to the SAFE Act, be it through the sheriff’s department, be it through the District Attorney’s office or any other special prosecutions. It’s to show downstate we have different rules, we deserve to be heard.” The NY SAFE Act is a gun regulation passed by state Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Some of the regulations of the SAFE Act include universal gun […]

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