NYPD issues emergency rules for receiving a concealed carry handgun license
NEW YORK - The NYPD unveiled emergency rules Friday that will let people carry concealed weapons in the city.
The Supreme Court ruled that the "proper cause" requirement the NYPD uses to determine if someone is eligible to receive a carry permit is unconstitutional and restricts their Second Amendment right to bear arms.
As CBS2's Alecia Reid reports, in New York, carry permits are getting easier to come by. This comes after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down New York's restrictive handgun laws.
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