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H.R. 822, National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act has passed.

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    Default H.R. 822, National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act has passed.

    H.R. 822, National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act has passed.
    Take a look at how the New York Delegation voted.

    HOW THEY VOTED ON H.R. 822, National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act of 2011

    NEW YORK DELEGATION
    Yeas Nays Not Voting
    Rep 7 1 0
    Dem 3 18 0
    Total 10 19 0

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    Now let's hope that the gov't doesn't use this as national gun registry program.

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    It has passed in the House.
    Lets hope it passes in the Senate.
    And hope there are enough votes to overide a possible veto

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    Default HR 822 has NOT passed the House of Representatives yet.

    As of yesterday, H.Res 463 passed - basically it was a vote to allow HR 822 to be up for consideration of the full House of Representatives.

    Basically - a vote passed that gave the green light to put HR822 up for a vote.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillip Gain View Post
    As of yesterday, H.Res 463 passed - basically it was a vote to allow HR 822 to be up for consideration of the full House of Representatives.

    Basically - a vote passed that gave the green light to put HR822 up for a vote.
    and the vote happened today...which now pushes it on to the Senate.

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    Ok my fellow New York Peasants
    Does this make you proud? 9 YES AND 23 NO'S
    Well, I guess you gun toting NYers know what your legislators think about you.

    NEW YORK DELEGATION Yeas Nays Not Voting
    Rep 5 3 0
    Dem 4 20 0
    Total 9 23 0


    Once again the Fudal System is alive an well in NY State.
    NY City is the Castle- Bloomberg is the King and all the Democratic and some Republican Legislators are the
    Dukes and Earls.
    We are the peasants.

    When are we going to fire these A holes.

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    Here are the butt heads that voted no because they don't want to piss off Chuckie Shumer or the Mayor Bloomberg.

    King, Pete NO 3 R
    Grimm, Michael NO 13 R
    Turner, Robert NO 9 R
    Ackerman, Gary NAY 5 D
    Bishop, Timothy NAY 1 D
    Clarke, Yvette D. NAY 11 D
    Crowley, Joseph NAY 7 D
    Engel, Eliot NAY 17 D
    Israel, Steve NAY 2 D
    Lowey, Nita NAY 18 D
    Maloney, Carolyn NAY 14 D
    McCarthy, Carolyn NAY 4 D
    Meeks, Gregory W. NAY 6 D
    Nadler, Jerrold NAY 8 D
    Rangel, Charles B. NAY 15 D
    Serrano, Jos E. NAY 16 D
    Slaughter, Louise NAY 28 D
    Tonko, Paul D. NAY 21 D
    Towns, Edolphus NAY 10 D
    Velzquez, Nydia M. NAY 12 D

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    I like your signature States used to have power not rights.
    Somehow we went from a Federal Government to a National Government.

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    NEW YORK DELEGATION
    Yeas Nays Not Voting
    Rep 5 3 0
    Dem 4 20 0
    Total 9 23 0
    New York HOW THEY VOTED
    Y/N District Party
    Buerkle, Ann Marie YEA 25 R
    Gibson, Chris YEA 20 R
    Hanna, Richard YEA 24 R
    Hayworth, Nan YEA 19 R
    Higgins, Brian YEA 27 D
    Hochul, Kathy YEA 26 D
    Owens, Bill YEA 23 D
    Reed, Tom YEA 29
    R
    Hinchey, Maurice YEA 22 D
    King, Pete NO 3 R
    Grimm, Michael NO 13 R
    Turner, Robert NO 9 R
    Ackerman, Gary NAY 5 D
    Bishop, Timothy NAY 1 D
    Clarke, Yvette D. NAY 11 D
    Crowley, Joseph NAY 7 D
    Engel, Eliot NAY 17 D
    Israel, Steve NAY 2 D
    Lowey, Nita NAY 18 D
    Maloney, Carolyn NAY 14 D
    McCarthy, Carolyn NAY 4 D
    Meeks, Gregory W. NAY 6 D
    Nadler, Jerrold NAY 8 D
    Rangel, Charles B. NAY 15 D
    Serrano, Jos E. NAY 16 D
    Slaughter, Louise NAY 28 D
    Tonko, Paul D. NAY 21 D
    Towns, Edolphus NAY 10 D
    Velzquez, Nydia M. NAY 12 D

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