In SAFE Act defiance, Dutchess County Legislature says state can’t use county seal for gun recertification

| March 11, 2014

In SAFE Act defiance, Dutchess County Legislature says state can’t use county seal for gun recertification

In SAFE Act defiance, Dutchess County Legislature says state can’t use county seal for gun recertification – Dutchess County is telling New York state it can’t use the county seal on letters being sent to county residents who hold pistol permits. In a 22-3 vote, members of the Dutchess County Legislature on Monday adopted a resolution specifically denying the state permission to use the “name, seal of the county, and county letterhead,” on recertification letters or other purposes connected to the New York SAFE Act gun control legislation.

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Originally posted by NYSRPA.ORG.

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