State lawmakers, locally elected officials and gun control advocates on Friday made a symbolic push for federal action on gun control, signing a panel from the original 1969 Woodstock stage in support for strengthening background checks and a red flag provision.

“We sent the message to Washington that Hudson Valley lawmakers at every level of government will not tolerate the carnage of another mass shooting or gun violence in our country,” said Sen. David Carlucci, a Democrat from the Hudson Valley.

“By signing the Woodstock stage panel, we stood in unity and in support of a country focused on its best days ahead, without deadly gun violence. I thank advocates, Moms Demand Action and Peace of Stage for their tremendous activism for safer communities.”

The event, also backed by groups like Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, comes after state lawmakers this year approved legislation that included a state version of the red flag law, which is meant to take guns away from those deemed to be a danger to themselves or others.

After a summer of mass shootings in which more than 100 people, there’s been a push for federal action on the issue.

“I am proud to join with gun safety advocates and my colleagues from state and local government to take a stand against gun violence,” said Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins.

“Our nation has a gun violence epidemic, and nothing is being done in Washington to address this crisis. My Senate Democratic Majority took historic steps this year to combat gun violence and better protect New York communities. Now it is time for Washington to follow New York’s lead and pass common-sense policies like effective background checks, extreme risk protection orders, and other gun safety measures. New York will continue to lead the nation in the fight against gun violence, and I hope Washington leaders finally listen and act.”