New York's Cuomo rejects NRA claim that 'blacklisting' jeopardizes mission

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Right lane traffic and transit on the twos coming up in just a minute what better place for young people to learn and do recreation and conservation projects on Pennsylvania's public lands and Philadelphia's Fairmount, park KYW Steve tower report Pennsylvania outdoor core is a statewide initiative that offers work experience job training and educational. Opportunities for young, people, while, being out, in nature like seventeen year old. Cheyenne who happens, to, live in the neighborhood Dan Lewis stuff that I am helping Omar communities are they learning new things animals had appreciate your viral another seventeen year old Giovanni from the. Out of section was wielding pruning share with a long handle was getting. Into identify what's vase if and noninvasive lights a cut or tobacco both we're on a mission to clear invasive plants around the discovery center overlooking strawberry mansion, reservoir it's used by the national Audubon society and Philadelphia outward bound school Steve, Taiwan KYW NewsRadio National Rifle. Association says it will face a financial crisis that could force him to shut down some of its operations they're blaming New York's, governor for discouraging insurance companies and banks from doing business with the NRA RA taking the governor to court governor Cuomo does not deny his animus toward. The NRA I have been a long time opponent of the NRA I plead guilty the NRA's lawsuit claims that governor Cuomo in the state of New York are violating the organization's first amendment right Right to talk about gun owners second amendment rights governor. Cuomo said the state find. To insurance companies for. Working with the NRA on Kerry garden sure the insurance policy essentially insured them for intentional bad axe the NRA says the insurance is meant for cases of. Self defense they claim that the governor is blacklisting organization in the banking. And insurance industries Steve, Kastenbaum New York even amaze hardened police officers brazen, robbery if a. Child's lemonade. Stand a teenager using a BB handgun robbed a nine year old boy of about twenty dollars an earnings from the child's lemonade. Stand in an upscale neighborhood in Monroe North Carolina Philip Smith is the kids dad it's pretty low despicable in my book I couldn't believe somebody would stoop that low to steal money. From him very low in my book police later found the gun on. An empty tin Canada nearby wooded area where the robber had apparently hidden his getaway bicycle Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North Carolina.

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