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Essex County may decide their SAFE Act stance March 18

New York State Assemblyman Dan Stec participates in a rally against the New York SAFE Act in Albany last week. As opposition to the new law mounts, the Essex County Board of Supervisors are planning to make their official stance at a March 18 special meeting.

New York State Assemblyman Dan Stec participates in a rally against the New York SAFE Act in Albany last week. As opposition to the new law mounts, the Essex County Board of Supervisors are planning to make their official stance at a March 18 special meeting.

— According to the New York SAFE Act Resolution Facebook Page, 33 counties have approved resolutions that are against all of part of the SAFE Act, including Hamilton, Washington and Warren counties.

Currently, 17 counties have proposed to pass legislation, including Essex, Clinton and Franklin counties.

Stec joins rally against SAFE Act

Assemblyman Dan Stec joined scores of elected officials and an estimated crowd of several thousand sportsmen and Second Amendment supporters Feb. 28 at NY2A, one of the largest rallies in New York State history.

Stec, who recently launched a petition to repeal the NY SAFE Act, addressed the crowd and proudly joined them in standing up for the Second Amendment.

“The SAFE Act is an ill-conceived measure, crafted in the dead of night, that tramples on the Second Amendment right our forefathers and generations of Americans have fought to defend,” said Stec. “It was an honor to join one of the largest crowds in our state’s history today and take a stand for an open government and our constitutional rights.”

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