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New York approves gun law requiring buyers to provide handles for social media

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New YorkDemocratic Governor Kathy Hokul said Friday, the Supreme Court last week unconstitutional state rules that made it difficult for residents to obtain a hidden carry permit.

The latest legislation was enacted shortly after the proposal was passed by a Democratic-controlled state legislature in New York. Hochul recalled Congress to Albany on Thursday and held an "extraordinary meeting" to work on the bill in response to thedecision of theHigh Court.

A law withdrawn by the Supreme Court stated that gun owners must show"justification"in order to receive a hidden carry license. ..

The new law requires people seeking to buy a pistol license to be given a list of social media accounts that they have maintained over the last three years, so authorities say their "personality and You can check "Action".

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New York Gov. Kathy Hochul debates in the race for governor at the studios of WNBC4-TV June 16, 2022 in New York City. Early voting starts June 18 ahead of the June 28 primary. 

New York Governor Kathy Hokul was held in New York City on June 16, 2022. Debated in the Governor's election at the WNBC4-TV studio. Early voting will begin on June 18th, prior to the June 28th primary election.  ((Photo by Craig Ruttle-Pool / Getty Images))

According to the bill, the applicant has an "essential personality, temperament" You need to prove that you have the necessary decisions to deposit your weapon and use it only in a way that does not endanger yourself or others. "

" Sometimes they telegram their intention to harm others, "Hokul said at a press conference.

Individuals applying for a license to carry a pistol must provide a reference to the four characters and receive a range of 16 hours of gun safety training and 2 hours of shooting practice. They are subject to regular background checks and are required to provide social media accounts and contact information for adults living in their families.

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New York Gov. Kathy Hochul holds a COVID-19 briefing at the governor's office in New York in 2021. (Photo by Lev Radin/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images)

New York Governor Kathy Hokur will hold a COVID-19 briefing in 2021 at the Governor's Office in New York. (Photo courtesy of Lev Radin / Pacific Press / LightRocket via Getty Images)(Lev Radin / Pacific Press / LightRocket via Getty Images)

License is 3 years Needs to be updated later. Established legal notes.

Under the law, hidden weapons are used in many areas such as Times Square, subways, buses, bars, government buildings, churches, schools, libraries, playgrounds, parks, homeless shelters, etc. It is prohibited.

Firearms are also banned from private facilities unless the employer explicitly states that they are permitted. Companies need to post signs that give permission to armed patrons. In many other states, companies that do not allow guns usually need to post a sign indicating that firearms are not permitted.

Friday's bill changed a recently passed law banning the sale of certain bulletproof vests, which is, a protection worn by a fatally worn 18-year-old gunman. Couldn't cover the typeshot 10 people at a supermarket in Buffalo in May.

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WASHINGTON, DC - JUNE 08: A protester holds signs calling for an end to gun violence in front of the Supreme Court on June 8, 2022 in Washington, DC. The court is expected to announce a series of high-profile decisions this month.  

Washington DC-June 8: Protesters The Supreme Court of Washington, DC, June 8, 2022, holding a sign calling for the end of the shootings. The court will announce a series of high-profile decisions this month.   (Photo courtesy of Nathan Howard / Getty Images)

The bill claims that the law still infringes civilians. You are expected to face legal objections from defenders. 'Amendment Article 2rights.

"Now I'm going to let the pizzeria owner decide if I can express my constitutional rights," said Republican Senator Andrew Lanza. "This is shameful. See you in court."

The new Firearms Act will come into effect on September 1.

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