January 29, 2013

Copyright © 2012 Mid-Hudson News Network, a division of Statewide News Network, Inc.
This story may not be reproduced in any form, by any media, without express written consent.
This includes rewriting, broadcasting and/or printing of material from MidHudsonNews.com,
by radio and television stations, newspapers or other media.


Thompson Town Board to oppose federal gun control

TOWN OF THOMPSON – Town board members in Thompson will address the issue of federal gun control when they meet next week.

Town Supervisor Anthony Cellini has introduced a resolution calling on the board to oppose any legislation that would infringe on the right of people to bear arms.

“I understand and I completely agree with what happened and there should be some protection but I think they are not protecting, they are injuring people that are gun owners and abide by the law,” Cellini said.

The resolution, which Cellini expects to be approved unanimously, will be sent to President Obama, Congress, Governor Cuomo and the state legislature.


HEAR today's news on MidHudsonRadio.com, the Hudson Valley's only Internet radio news report.