Sen. Gillibrand, NYC mayor nominee Adams press for federal bill on gun trafficking
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NEW YORK — Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York said Monday that she will reintroduce legislation to tag gun trafficking as a federal crime, joining Eric Adams, the firearm-focused Democratic nominee for New York City mayor, to press her plan in Brooklyn. The meeting between the Democratic senator and the Brooklyn borough president marked yet another chapter in Gillibrand’s decadelong push to create such a federal crime, and the latest conference on guns for Adams since he won the city’s pivotal Democratic mayoral primary. Gillibrand and Adams strode down the north steps at Brooklyn borough hal...