Your Turn: Your Feedback On Gun Law, Missiles & Eatery


Governor Andrew Cuomo is telling law enforcement officials they have to enforce the New York SAFE Act, the state's tough gun control law, whether they believe in it or not:


The NY SAFE Act is unconstitutional and as such should not be enforced by any law enforcement officer that swore an oath the defend the constitution.

Patrick Morse
from email

Their job is to enforce the laws.  Their personal views are irrelevant.

Debbie Chatterton
from Facebook

Police sometimes let you go with just a warning. What's wrong with that?

Mark Neukirch
from email

Fort Drum will be considered as a potential site for a missile interceptor program. Interceptor sites use missiles to shoot down missiles. The interceptors are designed to stop a nuclear missile attack from countries like North Korea and Iran:


More jobs, more money for the north country.

Kimberly Holt
from Facebook

We don't need another reason for us to be on the radar for us to be bombed. This is so not cool.

Sheri E Doroha
from Facebook

A Clarkson University's Main Street Grill is serving food that's one hundred percent local. All the meat, produce and dairy products are produced within a 200 mile radius:


So many restaurants are buying the cheapest products they can get to increase profits but the quality isn't anywhere near what a local farmer can produce.

Dale Matthews
from Facebook

It is a great idea. More places need to do that instead of paying to transport things in then having to raise the price to make up for shipping.

Donna Fercken
from Facebook

Saturday, December 10, 2016
, Watertown, NY

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