Sun., Aug. 25, 2019  •  St. Lawrence County, NY


A new law has been signed authorizing firefighters and other emergency medical responders to remove animals in unattended motor vehicles under conditions that endanger their health or wellbeing. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo signed the legislation July 31, to help reduce wait times when calls are made to 911 that a pet is in danger, especially in areas and at times when law enforcement or animal control availability is limited.

The bill went into effect immediately.

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New York is extending the waiting period for certain gun purchases from three days to 30 days to give authorities more time to run background checks. The change signed into law July 29 by Gov. Andrew Cuomo will apply when a federal instant background check returns inconclusive results for a potential gun buyer.

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