Outcry Leads To Withdrawal Of Municipal Gun Restriction

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The Ogdensburg, New York City Council has delayed the approval of a controversial policy to prohibit city employees from carrying firearms and other weapons on municipal property. President of the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association (NYSRPA) Tom King tells Cam Edwards that in fact the city has opted to drop the offending language from the policy, largely due to grassroots opposition. He says that while support for the Second Amendment is strong in the smaller communities of the state of New York, agents of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Mayors Against Illegal Guns can frequently be found in these towns stirring up trouble. Originally aired 7/14/2010.