ALBANY, N.Y. -- A key New York Senate leader said he expects the state Legislature to vote Monday to enact what would be the nation's first gun control measure following last month's Connecticut school shooting.
``I think when all is said and done, we are going to pass a comprehensive gun bill today,'' Sen. Jeffrey Klein told reporters Monday morning. ``I'm very excited about it. I am very confident we are going to vote on a comprehensive bill that will be agreed on by the governor, the Senate and Assembly.''
People familiar with closed-door negotiations told The Associated Press a tentative deal was struck over the weekend.