Gov. Andrew Cuomo unveiled a model for what he should be a national template for gun control legislation in the wake of a pair of mass shootings last weekend in Ohio and Texas.

Cuomo in a radio interview and on CNN urged Democrats running for the party’s presidential nomination to adopt the proposals.

They include:

-Outlawing assault-style weapons and high-capacity magazines.

-Creating a mental health database to prevent mentally ill people from obtaining a firearm.

-Universal background checks

-A national red flag law to prevent those deemed to be a danger to themselves or others from obtaining a gun.

“I’m asking all Democrats, Democrats who want to run for president and coming to the State of New York: just make it a simple, clear choice for the American people—the “Make America Safer Pledge,” Cuomo said on CNN.

“The Democrats have to frame the issue. People talk about, “well is this a moment for change.” There is no moment for change. Leadership makes the moment.”

Cuomo in recent weeks has signed into several new gun control provisions, including a measure banning 3-D printed guns, preventing school districts from arming teachers and a law for the locked storage of guns in homes where kids are living.