Some mental health experts say New York's gun control law might interfere with treatment of potentially dangerous people and even discourage them from seeking help.
"I think we're really talking about a small percentage of individuals, who probably at the time that they are being reported, would be better off not having access to weapons," he said.
The risk is that people who need help might not get it because they're afraid of being turned in.
Saturday, October 25, 2014, Watertown, NY
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