Bills need to get past their respective committees before going to the floor for a vote. If they die in committee, they don't get voted on.
Most of the gun control bills in the Senate have been referred to the Codes committee:
Here's who we need to be writing too.
(we are still waiting for the AR15 coupons for July to roll out ($10 off $50, $15 off $100 and $35 off $300)
LA Police Gear
Troy, DSG Arms, Primary Arms and more
I'm looking at a little rental in Upstate NY. I can't believe the craziness in regs these days. Warren County apparently passed some new energy regulations (driven by the feds I wouild assume) that would basically condemn the house I'm looking at. I need to do some research but A lot of crazy...
According to Wikipedia, Information Security means protecting information and information systems from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, perusal, inspection, recording or destruction.
Most people would take that definition on consider that it only relates to big...
A380 is the Requires the renewal of firearms licenses after five years outside the city of New York.
No matter what any tells you, this is a anti gun bill.
A) We shouldn't need a "LICENSE" for a Constitutional Right.
B) It is a sneaky way to raise revenue.
C) Because New York voters were the...
Requires employees of dealers in firearms and gunsmiths to submit to a criminal background check
This proposal would require that all employees of a gunsmith or dealer in firearms
submit to a background check in the form of a National Instant Check System (NICS)
check. This would entail the...
NRA-ILA: New York: Micro-Stamping Bill To Be Heard In Senate Codes Committee Tomorrow!
New York: Micro-Stamping Bill To Be Heard In Senate Codes Committee Tomorrow!
Micro-Stamping Bill To Be Heard In Senate Codes Committee Tomorrow!
Microstamping on Codes agenda
S-4397, Requires semiautomatic pistols manufactured or delivered to any licensed dealer in this state to be capable of microstamping ammunition, has been added to the Senate Codes Committee agenda for Tuesday June 2 @ 10:30am.
S-1069 on Codes agenda
The first antigun bill is on the Senate Codes Committee agenda for next Tuesday. S-1069 prohibits firearms which are not readily detectable by standard security equipment. Think Die Hard.
Dale Volker never let this nonsense go anywhere. Too bad he's been replaced by...