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Empire State Rally

Gun-rights supporters rally at state Capitol

A veteran brought a life-size Gov. Andrew Cuomo doll, portrayed as a puppet hanging from strings. The sign read, “I have $33 million in my war chest, you can’t touch me!”
Photographer: Haley Viccaro
A veteran brought a life-size Gov. Andrew Cuomo doll, portrayed as a puppet hanging from strings. The sign read, “I have $33 million in my war chest, you can’t touch me!”
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Thousands of people gathered at the Empire State Plaza in Albany on Tuesday speaking out against the NY Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act. Gun-rights activists ripped Gov. Andrew Cuomo for enacting the gun-control law last year. Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin, R-Melrose, and Sen. Kathy Marchione, R-Halfmoon, attended the rally and said they strongly oppose the measure. “I have always been opposed to the SAFE Act. I voted no on the floor of course 15 months ...


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