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Adams calls on Houtul to "lead prosecution" against the Supreme Court's gun ruling

Mayor Erik Adams "indicted Governor Kathy Hokul on Monday when planning a place where pistols could be banned by a Supreme Court ruling last week. To take the lead. " How state residents get acarry permit.

At an unrelated press conference in Bronx, Adams said there was "specific" that city officials could do. This includes banning people from bringing firearms into government buildings. "As a sensitive place" where guns are not allowed.

"We have to do this as a partnership because if we do it wrong, we may accept another decision," he said in response to a question from the post.

"So we want to coordinate with the city, coordinate with the city council, the local legislative body, and take responsibility for what the new definition of governor-sensitive place should be. Right. "

Hochul said on Friday that he would bring state legislators back to sessionsoon this week to address the Supreme Court's ruling," raising the level of concern. Identify where you are. " — Schools, places of worship, events beyond a certain size, etc.

Mayor Eric Adams called on Gov. Kathy Hochul to "lead the charge" in the response to the Supreme Court's gun permit ruling.
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Adams said the Supreme Court's decision to overrule a 1913 New York gun law has made the country and New York City a "very dangerous place."
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Adams —posted onabout the criminal issues he inherited during his monopoly Former Police Departmentovernight subway patrolsaid, "Let me tell you something: when I started looking into this, I was wondering how bad this place was. "I was shocked."-Authorities also maintained order in public places that weren't considered sensitive places where NYPD said they didn't understand, and in a year or so "have a gun and a gun." There will be a significant increase in the number of people who are. "

"We are looking at how to transform our police strategy into this new norm in our city," he said.

Adams added: "Listen. Let me tell you something. The Supreme Court has made America a very dangerous place, especially in New York City."

Adams wants Hochul to declare certain areas in the state to be "sensitive places" where guns aren't allowed.
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"I don't know what they were thinking to make this possible," he said.

In a 6-3 decision on Thursday, the High Courtwithdrew 1913 state law, known as the Sullivan Act, and provided New Yorkers with "reasonable reasons" for applying for a carry permit. Mandated that. Why did they need to be armed in public?

Judge Clarence Thomas expressed his majority in favor, and Article 2 of the Constitutional Amendment protects "the individual's right to take a pistol out of the house for self-defense" and "second-class rights". Said not. ..

"We have no other constitutional right that an individual can exercise only after showing special needs to government officials," he wrote.