Mayors Against Illegal Guns
Mayor Bloomberg said members of Congress are two-faced, voting for strict gun controls to protect themselves while they are in Washington, but refusing the same protection for people in their districts.
The mayors of New York and Boston are rooting for opposing teams in the Super Bowl. But they’re on the same side when it comes to pushing for stricter gun-control laws.
“If he resigns, it’s a decision he makes. I can’t make decisions for him,” Bloomberg told CBS 2’s Tony Aiello on Thursday.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is continuing his crusade against illegal guns, now with a national TV ad.
The Second Amendment Foundation and the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association said the fee the city charges to keep a handgun is so high it conflicts with the Second Amendment.
Mayors Against Illegal Guns started its FixGunChecks.org Truck Tour on Wednesday. The truck will travel the country for two months to publicize what the group says are flaws in the nation’s gun background check system.