2006 New York Code - Military Service By Citizens.

    §  5.  Military  service by citizens.  No citizen of this state can be
  constrained to arm himself, or to go out  of  this  state,  or  to  find
  soldiers  or  men of arms, either horsemen or footmen, without the grant
  and assent of the people of this  state,  by  their  representatives  in
  senate  and  assembly, except in the cases specially provided for by the
  constitution of the United States.

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