NRA

10:22pm

Thu February 28, 2013
Politics and Government

Thousands join anti-gun control rally

Gun rights advocates rallied at the state Capitol in Albany
Karen DeWitt/WRVO

A rally against New York’s newly-enacted gun control laws drew one of the largest crowds to the state Capitol in recent decades.

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9:15am

Wed February 20, 2013
Gun Control

Syracuse University holds discussion on gun violence

Dr. James Knoll, center, speaks at a discussion on gun violence at Syracuse University. The other panelists, from left, are Scott Armstrong, Robert Spitzer, Helen Hudson and Stephen Barton.
Stephen Sartori Syracuse University

There was an almost constant collecting of index cards in Hendricks Chapel Tuesday evening, each containing a question on the issue of gun violence in America. The questions were for five panelists participating in what was billed by Syracuse University as a discussion, not a debate, on gun violence in America.

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6:30pm

Sun January 27, 2013
Politics and Government

Scott Armstrong on the Campbell Conversations

This edition of the Campbell Conversations completes an extended consideration of gun control and the NY SAFE Act. In prior weeks Grant Reeher has spoken with SUNY-Cortland Professor Robert Spitzer and Onondaga District Attorney Bill Fitzpatrick, both of whom saw a need for more regulation of gun ownership, while also noting possible problems with some of the approaches taken in the new state law.

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4:48am

Fri January 11, 2013
Politics and Government

Cuomo dampens expectations on gun control agreement

Governor Cuomo Andrew dampened expectations for a quick settlement on a package of gun control bills, saying he does not have a timeline for agreement with the legislature.

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9:43am

Tue August 7, 2012
Politics and Government

State Senator to introduce new gun laws

francesandrew Flickr

In the wake of increased gun violence in New York and two mass shootings in the nation in the last few weeks, a State Senator is proposing stricter gun laws that he says could give New York the toughest gun laws in the country.

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