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Legislator Lorigo requests special session to discuss requests for gun permit holders' information


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Erie County Legislator Joseph Lorigo sent a letter on Jan. 16, 2013 to Chairwoman Betty Jean Grant requesting that the Legislature hold a special session to act on his resolution that requests Erie County Clerk Christopher L. Jacobs withhold the names of pistol permit holders in Erie County from public release until the New York State Judicial System thoroughly reviews and rules on freedom of information requests pertaining to gun permit holders.  

To read the letter, please CLICK HERE.

To read Legislator Lorigo's resolution, please CLICK HERE.