Crouch throws support behind upstate NY SAFE Act repeal

ALBANY – Assemblyman Clifford W. Crouch (R-Bainbridge) joined his colleagues in unveiling a SAFE Act repeal on Thursday, Feb. 23, to potentially take effect in upstate New York on the grounds that there is a ‘cultural difference’ between upstate and downstate.



“The NY SAFE Act does not protect our families and our communities as it says it does,” said Crouch in a statement released yesterday, March 1. “It is a controversial law drafted by New York City politicians that infringes on the rights of law-abiding firearm owners by treating them as criminals, and it does nothing to actually address the violence that is committed by people with illegal firearms across the state.”


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