The city of Glens Falls is often the scene of political rallies, many outside Congresswoman Elise Stefanik's office.
Now, the city's Common Council is considering a local law that would place regulations on those protests.
It's a fairly lengthy list, and includes things like requiring groups of 25 or more to apply for a "demonstration declaration" at least 10 days before a rally.
It also prohibits people from wearing facial coverings or breaking up into smaller groups during the rally.
Agata Stanford, head of New Resistance USA, says she feared for her safety during a rally in August.
But those on the other side of the political spectrum say this works both ways.
Public hearing is set for October 22nd.