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Jan 29, 2016 - Relates to the safe storage of rifles, shotguns, and firearms. ...... of licenses for firearms to persons on the federal no-fly list or terrorist screening ...
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Legislative Report #12, 2015-2016 Session, January 29, 2016 Jacob J. Rieper, Vice President of Legislative & Political Affairs, [email protected] NYS Legislative Bill Status Hotline, 800-342-9860, Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 5:00pm

Bill

Description

Sponsor

Committee Status

Position

A-53A/S-2291A

Requires the safe storage of all guns, either in a safe or with a locking device, and provides penalties for simple and complex violations.

Paulin

3rd Reading 1/6/16

Oppose

A-198

Creates a firearm proficiency requirement examination for the licensing of persons to carry or possess a firearm.

Gantt

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-214

Relates to the safe storage of rifles, shotguns, and firearms.

Abinanti

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-249

Establishes the safe homes act authorizing law enforcement to remove firearms found on the premises where there has been a report of domestic violence.

Rozic

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-270/S-5276

Relates to expanding the definition of explosive.

Buchwald

Labor 1/6/16

Oppose

A-283

Relates to a firearms safety course certificate for license applications made outside of the City of New York.

Abinanti

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-284

Prohibit weapon promotion and sale on public property.

Abinanti

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-373

Relates to the mandatory suspension and revocation of firearms licenses upon the issuance of orders of protection.

Rosenthal

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-381

Establishes certain crimes relating to the criminal manufacture or possession of an undetectable firearm, rifle, or shotgun.

Abinanti

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

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A-494

Relates to hazardous toys and other articles intended for use by children.

Englebright

Consumer Affairs1/6/16

Oppose

A-552

Authorizes current and retired members of law enforcement to carry concealed firearms.

Lentol

Codes 1/6/16

No objection

A-615/S-4016

Relates to the criminal possession of a weapon and possession of a firearm while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Cymbrowitz

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-957/S-1270

Includes wildlife animals as those subject to the animal cruelty provisions of the agriculture and markets law.

Rosenthal

Agriculture 1/6/16

Oppose

A-967

Prohibits entry to gun shows to anyone under twelve years of age.

Rosenthal

Economic Development 1/6/16

Oppose

A-1126/S-6318

Relates to possession of firearms on property owned by or held in trust for SUNY ESF.

Magee

Codes 1/6/16

No objection

A-1151

Requires a recent psychiatric evaluation of a petitioner seeking relief from firearms disabilities.

Lavine

Judiciary 1/6/16

Oppose

A-1159

Relates to the right to hunt, trap and fish; provides for regulation by the state.

Gunther

Attorney General 1/6/16

Support

A-1315

Establishes the municipal firearm recovery program to buy back firearms; provides that such program will be administered by the division of state police and department of state and implemented by municipalities; allows gift card exchanges for an equivalent value determined by the agency; establishes the municipal firearm recovery fund.

Rosenthal

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-1466

Clarifies that licenses for handguns may be issued to non-resident individuals.

Crouch

Codes 1/6/16

No confidence

A-1623

Authorizes children 10 years of age or older to load and fire a rifle, shotgun or pistol at a shooting range while under the supervision of a qualified person.

Magee

Codes 1/6/16

Support

A-1696

Prohibits the state police from imposing a fee or surcharge for recertification of certain gun licenses.

Zebrowski

Codes 1/6/16

No confidence

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A-1742

Permits security guard companies in certain instances to perform security related work in N.Y. city by armed guards without obtaining a N.Y. city firearms special permit.

Pretlow

Codes 1/6/16

No objection

A-1747

Prohibits the sale of ammunition without proof of a firearm license.

Pretlow

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-1774

Relates to certain exemptions for licensed gunsmiths, manufacturers and dealers employed in the fulfillment of government, law enforcement, or other state and municipal contracts.

Garbarino

Codes 1/6/16

No objection

A-1809/S-4000

Authorizes shooting preserves and shooting clubs to sell ammunition for exclusive use on the premises thereof without being deemed a "seller of ammunition".

Gunther

Codes 1/6/16

Support

A-1896

Allows security guards licensed as armed security guards and licensed private investigators to possess high capacity magazines.

Crouch

Codes 1/6/16

No confidence

A-1918

Protects certain information on hunting, fishing and trapping license and permit applications from disclosure.

Gunther

EnCon 1/6/16

Support

A-1969

Authorizes local governments to independently adopt building code standards relating to lead.

Englebright

Government Operations 1/6/16

Oppose

A-2040

Requires all motor vehicles transporting five or more weapons or ammunition for five or more weapons to have a separate storage area secured by padlock or combination lock and all such weapons and ammunition to be so secured when being transported and imposes a fine of at least $1,000 and not more than $5,000 for violation.

Pretlow

Transportation 1/6/16

Oppose

A-2080

Allows for the temporary transfer of a pistol between permit holders.

Zebrowski

Codes 1/6/16

No confidence

A-2178/S-1204

Proscribes persons, firms or corporations engaged in retail business of selling firearms from selling, delivering or transferring child operated firearms.

Englebright

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-2217

Requires the creation and imposition of restrictive commercial practices and stringent recordkeeping and reporting to prevent gun sales to criminals; provides that such measures shall be promulgated by the superintendent of state police; restricts premises of sales; requires employee training; prohibits straw purchases; imposes additional license conditions.

Paulin

Economic Development 1/6/16

Oppose

A-2275

Relates to the revocation and suspension of licenses to carry, possess, repair and dispose of firearms.

Crouch

Codes 1/6/16

Support

Page 3 of 20

A-2324/S-3555

Prohibits possession of a gun or non-folding knife at a governmental chamber or public hearing of the state or any political subdivision.

Englebright

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-2400

Provides for the labeling of all shipments of firearms, and certain shipments of shotguns and rifles and reporting certain information.

Englebright

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-2708

Raises the level of certain criminal possession and criminal sale of weapons crimes if they are committed on school grounds.

Lentol

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-3256

Requires the commissioner of environmental conservation to promote education in hunting, fishing and outdoor education in high school physical education courses.

Barclay

EnCon 1/6/16

Support

A-3311

Relates to mandatory dispositions and the commission of a felony offense while in possession of a firearm; provides an additional five years imprisonment.

McKevitt

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-3413/S-4169

Amends the definition of disguised gun to include certain guns that are designed and intended to appear to be a toy gun.

Lentol

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-3619

Creates a process for the issuance of a temporary permit to carry or possess a firearm for persons who are not residents of the state of New York; provides an affirmative defense to possession of a loaded firearm by certain persons and provides reciprocity for persons licensed in other states.

Kolb

Codes 1/6/16

No confidence

A-3697

Amends and repeals certain provisions of the SAFE Act.

Corwin

Codes 1/6/16

No confidence

A-3701/S-2775

Prohibiting the taking of non-native big game mammals in a fenced or other area from which there is no means for such mammal to escape.

Glick

EnCon 1/6/16

Oppose

A-3713

Allows applicants for gun licenses to consent to disclosure of the information contained in the license application.

DiPietro

Codes 1/6/16

No objection

A-3719

Allows individuals, duly licensed out-of-state to carry a pistol or firearm, authority to carry such weapon within New York state for a limited duration with proper documentation.

Tenney

Codes 1/6/16

No objection

A-3724

Increases penalties for all offenses involving the possession, use, sale or purchase of firearms.

Scarborough

Enact Clause Stricken 5/7/15

Oppose

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A-3730

Authorizes a person to pass his or her guns to an immediate family member through his or her estate.

Corwin

Codes 1/6/16

No objection

A-3742A/S-93A

Regulates taking of elk or moose in the same manner as deer hunting and trapping are currently regulated.

DiPietro

EnCon 1/6/16

Support

A-3797

Authorizes hunting of big game with rifles in the County of Livingston

Nojay

EnCon 1/6/16

Support

A-3943/S-1193

Repeals chapter 1 of the laws of 2013, amending the criminal procedure law and other laws relating to suspension and revocation of firearms licenses; private sale or disposal of firearms, rifles or shotguns.

DiPietro

Codes 1/6/16

Support

A-3993

Establishes a certificate of restoration to replace the terms "certificate of good conduct" and "certificate of relief from disabilities."

Aubry

Corrections 1/6/16

Support

A-4277/S-4389A

Relates to gun violence restraining orders; provides a procedure whereby family members may prohibit persons from owning or possessing firearms if the person poses an immediate and present danger of causing personal injury to himself, herself, or another by having in his or her custody or control a firearm and a gun violence restraining order is necessary to prevent personal injury to the subject of the petition or another because less restrictive alternatives either have been tried and found to be ineffective, or have been determined to be inadequate.

Lavine

Judiciary 1/6/16

Oppose

A-4358/S-1625

Relates to hunting, fishing and outdoor education in high school physical education courses.

Palmesano

Education 1/6/16

Support

A-4367A/S-1292A

Authorizes hunting of big game with rifles in the county of Genesee.

Hawley

Signed 7/2/15

Support

A-4681

Relates to liability for the manufacture, sale, leasing or other disposition of ammunition feeding devices and compensation for damages.

Colton

Judiciary 1/6/16

Oppose

A-4974

Relates to the definition of assault weapons; removes certain characteristics from the definition of assault weapons.

Butler

Codes 1/6/16

Support

A-5114

Permits persons eleven years of age to possess a rifle under certain circumstances.

Goodell

Codes 1/6/16

Support

A-5184

Relates to exempting the sale of firearm safety devices from state sales and compensating use taxes.

Skoufis

Ways & Means 1/6/16

No objection

Page 5 of 20

A-5257

Relates to orders to surrender eligible weapons; requires the surrender of weapons following a conviction in certain misdemeanor cases .

Paulin

3rd Reading 1/6/16

Oppose

A-5278A

Enacts the "Children's Weapon Accident Prevention Act"; creates crimes of failure to store a weapon safely in the first and second degrees, aggravated failure to store a weapon safely, and criminally negligent storage of a weapon in the first and second degrees; provides affirmative defenses; directs the commissioner of education to develop a weapons safety program.

Abinanti

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-5572/S-1459

Provides enhanced sentencing for the offenses of criminal possession of a weapon and criminal sale of a firearm where such offenses occur at the residence of a child under age of fourteen.

Kavanagh

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-5607/S-3908A

Relates to providing a tax credit for the purchase of gun safety equipment.

Kavanagh

Ways & Means 1/6/16

No objection

A-5625/S-2573

Increase the types of firearms that are to be included in the firearm ballistic identification database.

Mosley

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-5628/S-2611

Permits the private sale or disposal of firearms, rifles and shotguns to a holder of a NYS pistol permit and to certain relatives.

Brindisi

Codes 1/6/16

Support

A-5629A/S-2613A

Repeals provisions of law relating to certain requirements for the sellers of ammunition.

Brindisi

Codes 1/6/16

Support

A-5630A/S-2612A

Repeals provision of law prohibiting the possession of certain large capacity ammunition feeding devices.

Brindisi

Codes 1/6/16

Support

A-5703

Permits retired or off-duty law enforcement officers to possess a firearm on school grounds, and to permit such officers to carry more than seven rounds of ammunition.

Brabenec

Codes 1/6/16

Support with Concerns

A-5716

Relates to allowing the use of rifles for hunting in Rockland County .

Brabenec

EnCon 1/6/16

Support

A-5782

Provides requirement to report lost or stolen firearms within 72-hours to local police authorities.

Kavanagh

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-5783/S-2430

Regulates firearms and ammunition dealers; requires such dealers to hold a permit issued by the Division of Criminal Justice Services after an investigation of the applicant by such division; requires such dealers to have insurance and engage in certain security measures at their businesses.

Kavanagh

Economic Development 1/6/16

Oppose

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A-5785/S-2442

Requires persons possessing any firearm to hold a firearms safety certificate; establishes application and training process therefor.

Kavanagh

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-5788

Establishes a safety course requirement for firearm license.

Kavanagh

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-5843/S-2050

Relates to prohibiting the possession of certain 50 caliber firearms; directs the division of state police to embark on a program whereby persons currently in lawful possession of such weapons may be reimbursed for the fair market value thereof upon turning in such weapons to a designated officer.

Kavanagh

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-5850/S-1308

Requires state agencies and certain covered authorities to purchase handguns from responsible suppliers; defines criteria therefor; provides for exceptions.

Kavanagh

Government Operations 1/6/16

Oppose

A-5858

Makes criminal facilitation of a crime by providing a weapon to a minor a class A felony and requires a consecutive sentence therefor.

Kavanagh

Codes 3/5/15

Oppose

A-5864

Requires owners of firearms to obtain liability insurance in an amount not less than two hundred fifty thousand dollars.

Ortiz

Insurance 1/6/16

Oppose

A-5993/S-4122

Authorizes retired police officers to apply for a firearms license that is valid throughout the state.

Zebrowski

Codes 1/6/16

No objection

A-6058/S-5918

Relates to validity of a license to carry and possess a firearm in the City of New York where the licensee is a dealer, manufacturer or gunsmith of firearms and is carrying or possessing the firearms in the course of their employment.

Borelli

Codes 3/11/15

Support

A-6186

Exempts retired police officers from provisions pertaining to large capacity ammunition feeding devices.

Borelli

Codes 3/16/15

Oppose

A-6192A/S-1113A

Requires semiautomatic pistols manufactured or delivered to any licensed dealer in this state to be capable of microstamping ammunition.

Schimel

Amended Codes 1/15/16

Oppose

A-6220

Provides that restrictions regarding the carrying of concealed weapons and licenses therefor shall be by statute only.

Oaks

Codes 1/6/16

Hold

A-6340

Enacts the domestic violence escalation prevention act including certain offenses against members of the same family or household within the definition of serious offense.

O'Donnell

3rd Reading 1/6/16

Oppose

Page 7 of 20

A-6486

Requires proof of liability insurance prior to issuing a license to carry a firearm.

Perry

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-6521

Relates to exempting military personnel from the large capacity ammunition feeding device ban.

Blankenbush

Codes 1/6/16

No confidence

A-6524

Relates to pistol permit applications for military personnel.

Blankenbush

Codes 1/6/16

No confidence

A-6614/S-2614A

Provides that restrictions regarding the carrying of concealed weapons and licenses therefor shall be by statute only.

Brindisi

Codes 1/6/16

Hold

A-6738

Creates a cause of action for injuries sustained by persons possessing imitation weapons against persons who manufacture, sell, or distribute them illegally.

Crespo

Judiciary 1/6/16

Oppose

A-6900A/S-4728A

Relates to hunting deer with rifles in Ontario County.

Kolb

Signed 7/2/15

Support

A-6952/S-4729

Relates to hunting seasons in Seneca county.

Kolb

Signed 7/2/15

Support

A-7023/S-1348

Requires employees of dealers in firearms to submit to state and national criminal background checks.

Kavanagh

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-7025

Relates to licensed firearms businesses and potential employees who would be authorized to possess or transfer firearms.

Kavanagh

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-7026/S-2443

Establishes the class A misdemeanor of unlawful procurement of a firearm, for the purchase or acquisition of more that 1 firearm during any period of 30 days.

Kavanagh

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-7038/S-6065

Establishes procedures for issuance of gun violence restraining orders and gun seizure warrants.

Kavanagh

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-7070/S-1486

Relates to a ban on undetectable firearms, undetectable firearm receivers and undetectable ammunition magazines.

Abinanti

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-7092

Makes it a ministerial process to amend a license to carry or possess a firearm.

Oaks

Codes 1/6/16

Support

Page 8 of 20

A-7164/S-1071A

Provides for a gun violence prevention program in the public schools; provides that the program is to be developed by the Department of Education in conjunction with other state agencies and educational organizations and is to be made available to schools for use in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade; provides for a report to the governor and the legislature on the program; enacts the "Gun Violence Prevention Act".

Kavanaugh

Education 1/6/16

Oppose

A-7234/S-1991

Grants a $100,000 real property tax exemption to conservation clubs and rod and gun clubs owning certain land having an assessed value of $500,000 or less.

Giglio

Property Taxation 1/6/16

Support

A-7291

Requires the surrender of antique firearms, black powder rifles, black powder shotguns, or muzzle-loading firearms following certain convictions.

Paulin

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-7357B/S-5181B

Relates to authorizing hunting in the County of Wayne.

Oaks

Signed 7/2/15

Support

A-7463

Relates to access to foreign state records concerning previous or present mental illness of applicants for firearms license.

Kavanagh

3rd Reading 1/6/16

Oppose

A-7546

Creates a felony possession of a firearm registration act.

Blake

Corrections 1/6/16

Oppose

A-7749A

Requires certain warnings be provided upon the issuance of a hunting license or muzzle-loading privileges.

Paulin

EnCon 1/6/16

Oppose

A-7994

Implements the Effective Background Check Act of 2015; requires licensed firearms businesses to report the crime of criminal purchase of a weapon; requires background checks for employees who would be authorized to possess or transfer firearms.

Kavanagh

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-7987A/S-5316A

Authorizes the use of rifles to take big game in the County of Schenectady.

Santabarbara

Signed 7/2/15

Support

A-8028/S-5704

Relates to licenses to carry, possess, repair and dispose of firearms; requires recordkeeping by the Division of Criminal Justice Services.

Woerner

Codes 1/6/16

Support

A-8053/S-3373

Authorizes the transfer of certain weapons from an estate to an immediate member of the decedent's family.

Brindisi

Codes 1/6/16

Support

Page 9 of 20

A-8061/S-4761A

Creates a limited exemption of the sale of certain firearms, ammunition, archery equipment and hunting supplies from state sales and compensating use taxes.

Magee

Ways & Means 1/6/16

No objection

A-8196/S-5837

Relates to firearms; authorizes the transfer of certain weapons from an estate to an immediate member of the decedent's family; relates to reports of substantial risk or threat of harm by mental health professionals; and repeals certain provisions of law relating thereto.

Brindisi

Codes 1/6/16

Support

A-8203/S-2454

Provides a tax credit for the cost of purchasing a gun safe.

Woerner

Ways & Means 1/6/16

No objection

A-8303

Imposes civil penalties for the improper disposition of a firearm.

Pichardo

Codes 6/19/15

Oppose

A-8350

Relates to requiring all firearms manufactured, crafted or built by private individuals to have an identifying serial number.

Lavine

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-8351

Relates to manufacturers reporting the sale or distribution of firearms to the Department of Criminal Justice Services.

Lavine

Economic Development 1/6/16

Oppose

A-8466

Requires manufacturers to use a coding system on all handgun and assault weapon ammunition.

Ortiz

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

A-8640

Authorizes the possession of certain antique rifles and their modern day replicas.

Pretlow

Codes 1/6/16

Under review

A-8693/S-6304

Prohibits persons named on the consolidated terrorist watchlist from obtaining or renewing a license to carry, possess, repair and dispose of firearms.

Abinanti

Codes 1/12/16

Oppose

A-9062A

Prohibits the purchase of a pistol, revolver, rifle, shotgun, machine gun or other firearm by persons who are not citizens of the United States.

Skartados

Amended Codes 1/25/16

Oppose

A-9071

Relates to licenses to carry and possess firearms for police officers.

Barclay

Codes 1/21/16

Under review

S-93A/A-3742A

Regulates taking of elk or moose in the same manner as deer hunting and trapping are currently regulated.

Gallivan

EnCon 1/6/16

Support

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S-143

Provides that the commissioner of health shall report to the Attorney General improper measures by manufacturers, suppliers or retailers which endanger the public safety by exposing people to possible lead poisoning.

Diaz

Health 1/6/16

Oppose

S-511

Repeals certain provisions of chapter 1 of the laws of 2013, amending the criminal procedure law and other laws relating to suspension and revocation of firearms licenses.

Nozzolio

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-612

Creates the "Defend Our Homes Act"; authorizes the possession of a magazine with more than 7 rounds but less than 11 rounds in a person's home.

Boyle

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-812

Establishes a task force to assess data and information compiled by law enforcement personnel and health providers related to incidents of firearm violence and injury; provides that the task force would designate a state agency to coordinate a statewide system for reporting the nature, incidence and specific causes of firearm violence.

Breslin

Health 1/6/16

Oppose

S-991

Authorizes possession of a rifle or shotgun at a shooting range by a person between the ages of ten and twelve under the immediate supervision of certain authorized persons.

Ranzenhofer

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-1004

Relates to gun buy back programs; requires entities operating such programs to check the serial number of all firearms obtained against the NYSPIN records and to obtain the express permission of the lawful owner of any firearm found to be stolen before the destruction thereof.

Gallivan

Codes 1/6/16

No objection

S-1071A/A-7164

Provides for a gun violence prevention program in the public schools; provides that the program is to be developed by the Department of Education in conjunction with other state agencies and educational organizations and is to be made available to schools for use in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade; provides for a report to the governor and the legislature on the program; enacts the "Gun Violence Prevention Act".

Peralta

Amended Education 1/13/16

Oppose

S-1113A/A-6192A

Requires semiautomatic pistols manufactured or delivered to any licensed dealer in this state to be capable of microstamping ammunition.

Peralta

Amended Codes 1/12/16

Oppose

S-1193/A-3943

Repeals chapter 1 of the laws of 2013, amending the criminal procedure law and other laws relating to suspension and revocation of firearms licenses; private sale or disposal of firearms, rifles or shotguns.

Marchione

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-1201

Prohibits the possession of concealed firearms in national parks and national wildlife refuge systems.

Serrano

Parks & Recreation 1/6/16

Oppose

Page 11 of 20

S-1204/A-2178

Proscribes persons, firms or corporations engaged in retail business of selling firearms from selling, delivering or transferring child operated firearms.

Serrano

Codes 1/9/15

Oppose

S-1249

Prohibits the hunting or taking of wildlife with the aid of an unmanned aerial vehicle.

Boyle

EnCon 1/6/16

Oppose

S-1270/A-957

Includes wildlife animals as those subject to the animal cruelty provisions of the agriculture and markets law.

Boyle

Agriculture 1/9/15

Oppose

S-1292A/A-4367A

Authorizes hunting of big game with rifles in the county of Genesee.

Ranzenhofer

Signed 7/2/15

Support

S-1302A

Requires the creation and imposition of restrictive commercial practices and stringent recordkeeping and reporting to prevent gun sales to criminals; provides that such measures shall be promulgated by the superintendent of state police; restricts premises of sales; requires employee training; prohibits straw purchases; imposes additional license conditions.

Peralta

Amended Consumer Protection 1/6/16

Oppose

S-1308/A-5850

Requires state agencies and certain covered authorities to purchase handguns from responsible suppliers; defines criteria therefor; provides for exceptions.

Peralta

Finance 1/6/16

Oppose

S-1341

Authorizes an applicant for a pistol or revolver license to possess such while attending a pre-license firearms safety course and while under the supervision of the instructor thereof.

Little

Codes 1/6/16

No objection

S-1348/A-7023

Requires employees of dealers in firearms to submit to state and national criminal background checks.

Peralta

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-1391

Relates to the manufacturing of firearms; requires any firearm manufactured by a three-dimensional printer to contain a unique identifying number and to be registered with the state police.

Parker

Consumer Protection 1/6/16

Oppose

S-1459/A-5572

Provides enhanced sentencing for the offenses of criminal possession of a weapon and criminal sale of a firearm where such offenses occur at the residence of a child under age of fourteen.

Golden

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-1486/A-7070

Relates to a ban on undetectable firearms, undetectable firearm receivers and undetectable ammunition magazines.

Parker

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

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S-1556

Relates to the suspension and revocation of a license to carry firearms; relates to the applicability of certain provisions of the penal law, large capacity ammunition feeding devices, and gun licenses; relates to effectiveness of certain provisions of the NY SAFE Act relating to suspension and revocation of firearms licenses, private sale or disposal of firearms, rifles or shotguns; establishes a minimum age to possess a firearm; repeals various other provisions of law relating to the NY SAFE Act.

Marchione

Judiciary 1/6/16

Support

S-1625/A-4358

Relates to hunting, fishing and outdoor education in high school physical education courses.

O'Mara

EnCon 1/6/16

Support

S-1689

Authorizes deer and bear hunting in the counties of Broome, Chenango and Tioga.

Libous

Passed Senate 4/22/15

Support

S-1991/A-7234

Grants a $100,000 real property tax exemption to conservation clubs and rod and gun clubs owning certain land having an assessed value of $500,000 or less.

Young

Local Government 1/6/16

Support

S-2050/A-5843

Relates to prohibiting the possession of certain 50 caliber firearms; directs the division of state police to embark on a program whereby persons currently in lawful possession of such weapons may be reimbursed for the fair market value thereof upon turning in such weapons to a designated officer.

Squadron

Codes 1/21/15, Notice of Consideration 3/10/15

Oppose

S-2291A/A-53A

Requires the safe storage of all guns, either in a safe or with a locking device, and provides penalties for simple and complex violations.

Klein

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-2389

Establishes the class A misdemeanor of unlawful procurement of a firearm, for the purchase or acquisition of more than 1 firearm during any period of 30 days; implements a 10-day waiting period.

Gianaris

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-2430/A-5783

Regulates firearms and ammunition dealers; requires such dealers to hold a permit issued by the Division of Criminal Justice Services after an investigation of the applicant by such division; requires such dealers to have insurance and engage in certain security measures at their businesses.

Gianaris

Consumer Protection 1/6/16

Oppose

S-2441

Establishes a 10 day waiting period for the purchase of any firearm.

Gianaris

Consumer Protection 1/6/16

Oppose

S-2442/A-5785

Requires persons possessing any firearm to hold a firearms safety certificate; establishes application and training process therefor.

Gianaris

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

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S-2443/A-7026

Establishes the class A misdemeanor of unlawful procurement of a firearm, for the purchase or acquisition of more that 1 firearm during any period of 30 days.

Gianaris

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-2445

Provides for universal background checks for the sale of firearms.

Gianaris

Consumer Protection 1/6/16

Oppose

S-2454/A-8203

Provides a tax credit for the cost of purchasing a gun safe.

Marchione

Government Operations 1/6/16

No objection

S-2491

Enacts the "Children's Weapon Accident Prevention Act"; creates crimes of failure to store a weapon safely in the first and second degrees, aggravated failure to store a weapon, and criminally negligent storage of a weapon in the first and second degrees; provides affirmative defenses; directs the Commissioner of Education to develop a weapons safety program.

Krueger

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-2573/A-5625

Increase the types of firearms that are to be included in the firearm ballistic identification database.

Parker

Consumer Protection 1/6/16

Oppose

S-2611/A-5628

Permits the private sale or disposal of firearms, rifles and shotguns to a holder of a NYS pistol permit and to certain relatives.

Seward

Consumer Protection 1/6/16

Support

S-2612A/A-5630A

Repeals provision of law prohibiting the possession of certain large capacity ammunition feeding devices.

Seward

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-2613A/A-5629A

Repeals provisions of law relating to certain requirements for the sellers of ammunition.

Seward

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-2614A/A-6614

Provides that restrictions regarding the carrying of concealed weapons and licenses therefor shall be by statute only.

Seward

Codes 1/6/16

Hold

S-2683

Requires owners of firearms to obtain liability insurance in an amount not less than one million dollars.

Parker

Government Operations 1/6/16

Oppose

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S-2775/A-3701

Prohibiting the taking of non-native big game mammals in a fenced or other area from which there is no means for such mammal to escape.

Krueger

EnCon 1/6/16

Oppose

S-2900

Authorizes the possession of a handgun being sold by a dealer in firearms upon the premises of such dealer.

Larkin

Codes 1/6/16

No objection

S-2945/A-1809

Authorizes shooting preserves and shooting clubs to sell ammunition for exclusive use on the premises thereof without being deemed a "seller of ammunition".

Griffo

Enact Clause Stricken 2/9/15

Support

S-3373/A-8053

Authorizes the transfer of certain weapons from an estate to an immediate member of the decedent's family.

Gallivan

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-3374A

Exempts certain large capacity ammunition feeding devices from certain requirements of the penal law.

Gallivan

Codes 1/6/16

No confidence

S-3375

Authorizes the transfer of certain weapons from an estate to an immediate member of the decedent's family; expands definition of immediate family to include siblings, grandparents and grandchildren as such term relates to the sale or disposal of certain firearms; relates to the filing of approved applications for licenses for the possession of firearms; exempts certain large capacity ammunition feeding devices from certain requirements of the penal law; repeals provision of law prohibiting the possession of certain large capacity ammunition feeding devices; and repeals provisions of law relating to certain requirements for the sellers of ammunition.

Gallivan

Codes 1/6/16

No confidence

S-3376

Repeals section 37 of chapter 1 of the laws of 2013 relating to the definition of an assault weapon.

Gallivan

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-3379

Relates to the recertification process for firearms.

Gallivan

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-3471

Establishes a $500 personal income tax credit for the purchase of a gun safe.

Lanza

Government Operations 1/6/16

No objection

S-3555/A-2324

Prohibits possession of a gun or non-folding knife at a governmental chamber or public hearing of the state or any political subdivision.

Espaillat

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-3569

Directs the establishment of gun court calendars in criminal courts to hear cases involving unlawful gun possession and use.

Espaillat

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

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S-3698

Relates to the unlawful possession of certain ammunition feeding devices.

Ritchie

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-3710

Provides clarification on the gun show events to include the building structures and grounds where shows occur; and public auctions, flea markets and garage sales.

Espaillat

Consumer Protection 1/6/16

Oppose

S-3717

Makes possession and sale of armor piercing ammunition a class B felony; includes exchanging and disposing of armor piercing ammunition.

Espaillat

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-3719

Requires the safe storage of all guns, either in a safe or with a locking device, and provides penalties for simple and complex violations; requires notices.

Espaillat

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-3740

Relates to the prohibition of illegal gun trafficking.

Espaillat

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-3745

Enacts the “Gun Trafficking Prevention Act”; creates offenses of illegal gun trafficking, criminal possession of a weapon by a minor, criminal use of a weapon by a minor, and lost or stolen firearm to be reported; also amends penalties and eligibility for tuition awards by students on probation or parole for weapons convictions.

Espaillat

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-3857

Requires sale of certain firearms between unlicensed persons shall be conducted through a licensed firearms dealer.

Espaillat

Enact Clause Stricken 3/18/15

Oppose

S-3908A/A-5607

Relates to providing a tax credit for the purchase of gun safety equipment.

Marchione

Amended Government Operations 1/11/16

No objection

S-4000/A-1809

Authorizes shooting preserves and shooting clubs to sell ammunition for exclusive use on the premises thereof without being deemed a "seller of ammunition".

Marchione

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-4008

Establishes additional requirements for firearm license: completion of a course in firearm safety, use, maintenance, relevant laws, and first aid.

Sampson

Codes 2/25/15

Oppose

S-4009

Directs the division of criminal justice services to study and report on laws, rules and regulations relating to air guns.

Sampson

Codes 2/25/15

Oppose

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S-4016/A-615

Relates to the criminal possession of a weapon and possession of a firearm while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Sampson

Codes 2/25/15

Oppose

S-4058

Establishes procedure for the suspension and revocation of license to carry and possess firearm if carrying while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Sampson

Codes 2/26/15

Oppose

S-4079

Conforms state law with federal law regarding imitation weapons and provides a private right of action for individual consumers.

Sampson

Consumer Protection 2/26/15

Oppose

S-4122/A-5993

Authorizes retired police officers to apply for a firearms license that is valid throughout the state.

Croci

Codes 1/6/16

No objection

S-4169/A-3413

Amends the definition of disguised gun to include certain guns that are designed and intended to appear to be a toy gun.

Croci

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-4226

Relates to the sale of ammunition to minors.

Marchione

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-4227

Relates to the definition of an assault weapon.

Marchione

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-4228

Relates to the definition of an assault weapon.

Marchione

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-4389A/A-4277

Relates to gun violence restraining orders; provides a procedure whereby family members may prohibit persons from owning or possessing firearms if the person poses an immediate and present danger of causing personal injury to himself, herself, or another by having in his or her custody or control a firearm and a gun violence restraining order is necessary to prevent personal injury to the subject of the petition or another because less restrictive alternatives either have been tried and found to be ineffective, or have been determined to be inadequate.

Hoylman

Amended Judiciary 1/21/16

Oppose

S-4512

Provides that large capacity ammunition devices shall only include those devices which hold more than 10 rounds.

Lanza

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-4728A/A-6900A

Relates to hunting deer with rifles in Ontario County.

Nozzolio

Signed 7/2/15

Support

S-4729/A-6952

Relates to hunting seasons in Seneca county.

Nozzolio

Signed 7/2/15

Support

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S-4761A/A-8061

Creates a limited exemption of the sale of certain firearms, ammunition, archery equipment and hunting supplies from state sales and compensating use taxes.

Funke

Government Operations 1/6/16

No objection

S-5181B/A-7357B

Relates to authorizing hunting in the County of Wayne.

Nozzolio

Signed 7/2/15

Support

S-5276/A-270

Relates to expanding the definition of explosive.

Martins

Labor 1/6/16

Oppose

S-5316A/A-7987A

Authorizes the use of rifles to take big game in the County of Schenectady.

Amedore

Signed 7/2/15

Support

S-5434

Relates to lowering the age for universal hunting licenses from 14 years old to 12 years old.

Griffo

EnCon 1/6/16

Support

S-5696

Relates to substantial risk or threat of harm by mental health professionals.

O'Mara

Mental Health 1/6/16

No confidence

S-5704/A-8028

Relates to licenses to carry, possess, repair and dispose of firearms; requires recordkeeping by the Division of Criminal Justice Services.

Marchione

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-5716

Relates to firearms and repeals certain provisions of law relating thereto.

Seward

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-5837/A-8196

Relates to firearms; authorizes the transfer of certain weapons from an estate to an immediate member of the decedent's family; relates to reports of substantial risk or threat of harm by mental health professionals; and repeals certain provisions of law relating thereto.

Seward

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-5918/A-6058

Relates to validity of a license to carry and possess a firearm in the City of New York where the licensee is a dealer, manufacturer or gunsmith of firearms and is carrying or possessing the firearms in the course of their employment.

Croci

Codes 1/6/16

Support

S-6065/A-7038

Establishes procedures for issuance of gun violence restraining orders and gun seizure warrants.

Hoylman

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

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S-6279

Prohibits the provision of licenses for firearms to persons on the federal no-fly list or terrorist screening database; authorizes firearms licenses of persons on the federal no-fly list or terrorist screening database to be suspended or revoked; requires the Superintendent of State Police to search the federal no-fly list or terrorist screening database each year and report findings to appropriate enforcement agencies in order to suspend or revoke appropriate licenses.

Klein

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-6304/A-8693

Prohibits persons named on the consolidated terrorist watchlist from obtaining or renewing a license to carry, possess, repair and dispose of firearms.

Hoylman

Codes 1/6/16

Oppose

S-6318/A-1126

Relates to possession of firearms on property owned by or held in trust for SUNY ESF.

DeFrancisco

Codes 1/8/15

No objection

S-6463

Relates to permits for non-ambulatory persons to possess loaded firearms in motor vehicles; defines nonambulatory as being unable to move about in a field, wood or other hunting arena without mechanical assistance.

Ranzenhofer

EnCon 1/13/16

Support

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