NEW YORK - Governor Kathy Hochul is proposing changes to New York's new concealed carry law that would allow for armed security guards outside houses of worship and exempt retired police officers from the law.
Last year, the Supreme Court struck down the state’s century-old concealed carry law stating that it was too restrictive.
The LEOSA law exempts retired law enforcement officers from state or city ordinances.ReplyDelete
State-Certified Armed Security Guards paid by the congregation I guess?ReplyDelete
How about armed security guards EVERYWHERE, who are just ordinary citizens with concealed licenses going about their own business.ReplyDelete
Those "gun-free zones" are nothing but an invitation for some twisted MFer to off a room full of innocent Humans with no return fire.ReplyDelete
Truth is, if we want less gun crime, the best thing would be for more good guys to carry their firearm of choice. More guns-less crime. Rudy proved it worked in NYC.
"exempt retired police officers from the law"ReplyDelete
As long as they have to wear a white star on their coats.
To let the public know who they are.