Eric Adams, along with mayors of 14 other cities, announce plans to target manufacturers of guns used in crimes
Possible legal action may come against the top five producers of firearms used for illegal activities.
Carl Paladino attacks gun ban on private property in lawsuit against New York’s concealed carry law
Paladino, a Republican candidate for Congress, filed a federal lawsuit against the newly enacted law on Monday.
Here’s how New York’s concealed carry law is ‘vulnerable’ to litigation
The U.S. Supreme Court’s historic ruling sought to eliminate subjectivity from the licensing standards, but the state’s counter rules introduce new requirements that could be open to interpretation by licensing agencies.
As gun laws change in New York, enforcement agencies expect chaos
Police in New York are seeing a surge in requests from gun owners for concealed carry permission following the Supreme Court ruling, but new laws from the state Legislature will likely complicate the process.
Supreme Court strikes down New York’s concealed carry law
The court ruled in favor of two upstate men who argued the state’s restrictions on who can carry a gun outside their home infringed upon their Second Amendment rights.
Eric Adams’ fears that SCOTUS ruling could permit guns on subways is a ‘worst-case scenario’
The court has indicated it is likely to overturn the state’s restrictive permitting requirements for concealed guns, except in “sensitive” public places.
Hochul signs gun laws at the start of a tough election cycle for Democrats
Officials from across the state attended the bill signing that served as much as a rallying cry as an earnest attempt to prevent future shootings.
What is gun microstamping?
A state bill that would require the technology to be included in the manufacturing of some guns sold in New York could be passed by the end of the week.
What have New York lawmakers done to prevent gun violence this year?
State legislators, along with Gov. Kathy Hochul, have responded to mass shootings and the proliferation of illegal guns by introducing a variety of gun control policies and proposals.
SCOTUS could soon overturn New York’s gun law. Here how the state could respond.
The Supreme Court has New York’s gun license law in its crosshairs, and some legal experts said a rash of mass shootings isn’t likely to sway the conservative majority.
New York State
Hochul proposes raising age to purchase AR-15 rifle to 21
Both in Texas and Buffalo, 18-year-old men legally purchased these semiautomatic rifles before their attacks.
Officials are raising alarms about ghost guns – here’s what you need to know about the homemade weapons
The NYPD has recovered more than 150 ghost guns so far in 2022, a 314% increase in just three years.
New York State
U.S. Supreme Court likely to overturn NY gun law
Trump appointees threaten strict licensing requirements for carrying firearms.
State Sen. Zellnor Myrie takes on the rise in gun violence
The Brooklyn lawmaker wants to hold gun manufacturers accountable with a proposed change to the state’s criminal nuisance law.
What does SCOTUS’ Second Amendment case mean for New York?
The U.S. Supreme Court’s dismissal of a gun rights case in New York City is not the end of the fight.
Why New York has such a low rate of gun death
New York’s famously tough gun laws play a role in curbing both homicides and suicides, but there are other factors at play.
The high stakes of NYC’s U.S. Supreme Court gun control case
The decision could signal how a more conservative court will interpret the Second Amendment.
New York State Senate
Gun control bill targeting ‘extreme risks’ advances in state Senate
State Sen. Brian Kavanagh forced a vote on S1733a at the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. The bill would allow judges to issue temporary orders prohibiting someone from buying or possessing a gun.