A 2686

  • New York Assembly Bill
  • 2019 Regular Session
  • Introduced in Assembly
  • Assembly
  • Senate
  • Governor

Relates to requirements for the safe storage of rifles, shotguns and firearms; repeals sections of law related thereto

Abstract

Amends provisions relating to requirements for the safe storage of rifles, shotguns and firearms; requires sellers to provide notice of the duty to use gun locking devices and otherwise lock guns away from children and other persons not authorized to possess them.

Bill Sponsors (35)

PAULIN

     
Primary

HEASTIE

     
Cosponsor

LENTOL

     
Cosponsor

PEOPLES-STOKE

     
Cosponsor

ABINANTI

     
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ENGLEBRIGHT

     
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JAFFEE

     
Cosponsor

ROSENTHAL L

     
Cosponsor

GALEF

     
Cosponsor

COOK

     
Cosponsor

ORTIZ

     
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CYMBROWITZ

     
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DINOWITZ

     
Cosponsor

WEPRIN

     
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FAHY

     
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BRAUNSTEIN

     
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MOSLEY

     
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BUCHWALD

     
Cosponsor

STECK

     
Cosponsor

COLTON

     
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ROZIC

     
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SEAWRIGHT

     
Cosponsor

LAVINE

     
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CRUZ

     
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FRONTUS

     
Cosponsor

GRIFFIN

     
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JACOBSON

     
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PICHARDO

     
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REYES

     
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SAYEGH

     
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STERN

     
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ROSENTHAL D

     
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BLAKE

     
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RAMOS

     
Cosponsor

FERNANDEZ

     
Cosponsor

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Mar 04, 2019

Assembly

SUBSTITUTED BY S2450A

Feb 28, 2019

Assembly

AMENDED ON THIRD READING 2686A

Jan 28, 2019

Assembly

REPORTED

Assembly

ORDERED TO THIRD READING RULES CAL.23

Assembly

RULES REPORT CAL.23

Assembly

REPORTED REFERRED TO RULES

Jan 24, 2019

Assembly

REFERRED TO CODES

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