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December 18, 2014
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Poll finds new gun law supported; Law brings changes to pistol permits

The ban in New York on assault weapons like this one is approved by a majority of residents.
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On another matter, Briggs said the county gets to keep a greater share of the fee when a resident applies in-person for a driver’s license or other state licenses or registrations, and his campaign to pursue residents to renew licenses in-person is paying off. Revenue from fees has been steadily rising over the past four years from $569,697 in 2009 to $738,785 in 2012.