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Jan 20
published by tvineeth
04:37pm, Jan 20, 2013

In an effort to help the public, a website and hotline have been established to answer all questions about the New York SAFE Act.

The Governor’'s Office has established http://www.nysafeact.com/.

On the website, gun owners and licensed dealers will find a list of frequently asked questions that have been compiled and answered by experts on this new law.

There is also a section on what is and is not considered an assault weapon. This includes photos of weapons, banned features, a list of some of the banned weapons, and those firearms that are not considered assault weapons.

Mar 07
published by kmineo
04:55pm, Mar 07, 2012

Nassau County's Hempstead Turnpike has been named the most dangerous road for pedestrians in Connecticut, New Jersey and downstate New York for the fourth year in a row, with 15 deaths over a three-year period ending in 2010.

Tri-State Transportation Campaign's Most Dangerous Roads for Walking Report names Route 27 the most dangerous in Suffolk County and third overall.

There were nearly 200 pedestrian deaths on Long Island between 2008 and 2010.

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