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Judge suspends several NY gun rules amid legal challenge

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Sales associate Elsworth Andrews arranges guns on display at Burbank Ammo & Guns in Burbank, Calif., Thursday, June 23, 2022. The Supreme Court has ruled that Americans have a right to carry firearms in public for self-defense, a major expansion of gun rights. The court struck down a New York gun law in a ruling expected to directly impact half a dozen other populous states.
A federal judge on Monday issued a temporary injunction suspending parts of New York’s new gun restrictions while members of the advocacy group Gun Owners of America press ahead with their legal challenge against the rules.
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In this video I answer some important questions about the recent emergency application made to the Supreme Court to review state defiance of the NYSRPA v. Bruen decision!

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Bulletproof vest still active. Im still wearing mine.
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NYSRPA v. Nigrelli (CCIA Lawsuit) originally Bruen 2

NYSRPA v. Nigrelli (CCIA Lawsuit) originally Bruen 2​

NYSRPA v. Nigrelli (CCIA Lawsuit)
originally NYSRPA vs Bruen 2

The NYSRPA is looking for individuals, who meet the requirements listed below, to join our challenge. Please respond to this email with your name and contact information if you are interested in becoming a plaintiff in the lawsuit and meet any of these requirements:​
  1. Submitted after September 1, 2022 an application for a carry license and that application was denied.
  2. Submitted after September 1, 2022, an application for a carry license and that application is still pending.
  3. Possess an unrestricted carry license and desire to carry a firearm into any of these locations:

1. A place controlled by the federal, state, or local government that is used for government administration.
2. Public transit (bus, ferry, train, subway, etc.);
3. Library, public playground, public park, zoo, nursery or childcare center, or summer camp.
4. A mental health or addiction facility or place for individuals with developmental disabilities.
5. A homeless or domestic violence shelter.
6. A senior center.
7. Theater, sports stadium or arena, racetrack, museum, banquet hall, or casino.

All responders should not otherwise be prohibited from obtaining a carry permit.

Thank you all for your support and time is of the essence.

Tom King
Cogito ergo armatum sum​
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Is this legit? I don't see anything about it on the NYSRPA website.
Yes, received a email by [email protected]..
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