ALBANY, New York — New York is poised to make undetectable guns, including 3D-printed guns, illegal in New York.
The bill passed the Senate earlier this month and breezed through the Democratic-led Assembly on Monday. Now it will head to Gov. Andrew Cuomo's desk for his review.
If someone is suicidal or an imminent threat to others, should a local judge be able to temporarily take away that person's guns?
Colorado is the 16th state to say "yes," while another 21 have taken at least some steps toward adopting a so-called red flag law.
Two days after a Meadow Elementary School fourth-grader brought a loaded handgun to school, Nassau County Democrats and gun-control advocates urged Gov. Andrew Cuomo to sign a bill that would require all guns to be locked in a box or cabinet, or equipped with a trigger-locking device if someone under 16 is in the home.