Monroe County has taken a stand against the New York SAFE Act. The act has been the topic of heated debate since Governor Cuomo signed it into law in January.
Tuesday night, the Monroe County Legislature announced it will send a letter to the governor’s office that says it is joining the dozens of other counties who are calling for the SAFE Act to be repealed.
The county will send the letter to Albany. To read the letter, click here. In it, they say the New York’s SAFE Act has clearly missed its mark and fails to offer real solutions to gun violence.
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