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Why, Governor Cuomo?

Why, Governor Cuomo?

Last week, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a “memorandum of understanding” with the state’s Senate Republicans agreeing to suspend the ammunition background check requirements that are part of the NY SAFE Act passed into law in... Read More
NYAGV Welcomes Ruling on NY SAFE

NYAGV Welcomes Ruling on NY SAFE

New Yorkers Against Gun Violence welcomed yet another ruling upholding the constitutionality of the NY SAFE Act, this time by State Supreme Court Judge Thomas McNamara. Judge McNamara rejected the challenges to the law... Read More
NYAGV in the News: Barrett Comments on Judge Skretny's Decision in The New York Times

NYAGV in the News: Barrett Comments on Judge Skretny’s Decision in The New York Times

NYAGV in the News: Barrett Comments on Judge Skrety’s Decision Upholding NY SAFE in The New York Times Read More
Defend NY SAFE.

Defend NY SAFE.

The NY SAFE Act is under attack by the corporate gun lobby. Please help us defend it. Read More
One year ago, NY acted to keep us SAFE.

One year ago, NY acted to keep us SAFE.

Last January, just weeks after the Newtown shootings, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed the NY SAFE Act and made New York a leader in gun safety.  Read More
Federal Judge Upholds NY SAFE

Federal Judge Upholds NY SAFE

In a decision on 12/31/12, a federal judge upheld the constitutionality of the NY SAFE Act and most of its provisions. Judge William M. Skretny, of Federal District Court in Buffalo, said the expanded bans... Read More
NYAGV Statement on Federal Judge’s Ruling on the NY SAFE Act

NYAGV Statement on Federal Judge’s Ruling on the NY SAFE Act

Chief Judge William M. Skretny, who was nominated by George H. W. Bush, wrote a well-reasoned opinion upholding many important aspects of the New York SAFE Act, including regulations... Read More
Annual Benefit Draws 400

Annual Benefit Draws 400

The NYAGV Education Fund’s Annual Benefit & Silent Auction drew approximately 400 people to the Rosenthal Pavilion at the NYU Kimmel Center in New York City Monday night. The event was held to support youth and community... Read More