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New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed landmark gun legislation Friday requiring New Yorkers to disclose 3 years of social media history when applying for a concealed carry permit, reported The Post Millennial.
The new regulation requires concealed carry applicants to disclose 3 years of social media history for both active and inactive accounts, and also requires applicants to have a minimum of 16 hours of firearms training, as well as four “character references,” which would supposedly “attest to the applicant’s good moral character and that such applicant has not engaged in any acts, or made any statements, that suggest they are likely to engage in conduct 19 that would result in harm to themselves or others,” according to the legislation.
The law comes just days after the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case N.Y. State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen (2022), which struck down a New York law requiring concealed carry applicants to present a “justifiable need” to law enforcement to justify their possession of a firearm.
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