NY Senate Proposed Bill S00930 and NY Assembly Proposed Bill A01566 by John Elwood
Here is another attempt by the anti-2nd Amendment gun-grabbers to do away with your 2nd Amendment protected rights.
Restricts the sale of ammunition to only individuals authorized to possess such weapon; creates the no gun database under the division of criminal justice services.
Details of bill:
- A person is guilty of criminal sale of firearm ammunition when such person sells any firearm ammunition to a person not authorized pursuant to law to possess a firearm capable of firing such ammunition.
- A Class B misdemeanor. Punishment for a Class B misdemeanor include: In New York State, misdemeanors are punishable by community service, fines, probation and/or a jail sentence. You can serve up to 90 days in jail for a Class B misdemeanor. Misdemeanor convictions will typically show up on routine background checks by employers or law enforcement agencies. A misdemeanor conviction stays on your record forever. However, as of October 2017, a person can ask a court to seal up to two criminal convictions of which either can be misdemeanors, but only one can be a felony.
- Create a no-gun database containing name, date of birth and any other appropriate information as deemed necessary by the division of criminal justice service. The division will allow for any person selling a firearm or firearm ammunition with the state to check the no-gun database for the buyer of such firearm or firearm ammunition.
State Senator Roxanne Persaud (D); Senator since 2015. Member of the codes committee where the bill is now. Bachelor and Master of Science in Education Administration. Her district 19 covers New York City; No corresponding SCOPE Chapter.
- Bill goes into effect 1 November next succeeding the date of which it becomes law.
History– S-00930 Referred to the Senate Codes Committee on January 9, 2023.
A-01566, referred to Assembly codes committee on January 17, 2023.
Sponsor of S00930:
SCOPE opposes passage of these bills!