New York’s “red flag” gun law, set to take effect this Saturday, will require judges in each county of the state to evaluate whether persons should be temporarily suspended from owning or buying a gun based on their potential risk of harming themselves or others.

The law gained national attention as federal lawmakers considered, in recent weeks, replicating the idea on the national level as a response to the recent mass shootings in Ohio and Texas. 

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