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New York to Bolster Concealed-Carry Laws to Blunt Supreme Court Gun Decision

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Adams Says New York Can't Become the 'Wild, Wild West'

New York’s getting ready to go around a recent US Supreme Court decision by making schools and subways no-gun zones and by making it more difficult to obtain a permit to carry a firearm.

Across the country, Democrats in California also are exploring other ways to restrict gun ownership, as blue states respond to the justices striking down New York’s concealed-carry law. That ruling puts into question concealed-carry laws in several states, including California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Maryland, and Hawaii.