Monday, June 4, 2012

Gov. Cuomo was not optimistic that microstamping legislation would be passed before the current legislative session ends

From the NSSF news:

•N.Y. GOVERNOR: POLITICS WON'T AFFECT FUNDING FOR GUN MAKERS . . . The New York Daily News reported that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he has no problem giving economic development funding to New York gun makers that have opposed a bill for microstamping that he wants to see passed. "I don't think (the state) should be in a position of funding or not funding based on my political position on microstamping," said the governor, according to the Daily News. The newspaper reported that the Empire State Development Corp. has awarded more than $6 million to Remington and Kimber since 2009 to upgrade their plants. The article added that Gov. Cuomo was not optimistic that microstamping legislation would be passed before the current legislative session ends.


IMO: BPB comments
Another waste of time and money.....one more reason to move out of  NY.
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