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PA Bill Number: HB1590

Title: In sentencing, further providing for sentencing generally.

Description: In sentencing, further providing for sentencing generally. ...

Last Action: Re-committed to RULES

Last Action Date: Jun 15, 2021

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Attacks On Preemption Really Attacks On All Gun Rights :: 06/23/2021

Preemption is a wonderful thing when it comes to gun laws. While the ideal state is one with no additional gun control laws, the truth of the matter is that such states are fairly rare. However, when a state has gun control laws and every community can enact their own gun control as well, you create a nightmare scenario for those who travel within a given state.


Background checks blocked a record high 300,000 gun sales :: 06/23/2021

The FBI numbers provided to the Associated Press show the background checks blocked nearly twice as many gun sales in 2020 as in the year before.


White House Renews Gun-Control Push, Re-Funds Police Amid Murder Surge :: 06/23/2021

President Joe Biden doubled down on his gun-control efforts while opening $350 billion in funding for localities to hire police officers in response to rising crime across the country.


Missouri Tells the Feds: We Won't Enforce Your Gun Laws :: 06/22/2021

On June 12, Missouri governor Mike Parson signed HB 85, the “Second Amendment Preservation Act” recently approved by the state’s legislature.


Ninth Circuit Lets California Enforce 'Assault Weapons' Ban During Appeal :: 06/22/2021

Hopes that Californians would soon be able to buy AR-15s again were dashed on Monday.


White House Doc Shows Plan To Use Threat of "Domestic Terrorism" For Gun Control :: 06/22/2021

WASHINGTON, D.C. –-( Is the White House using the threat of “domestic terrorism” to institute gun control? According to a White House document titled the “National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism,” gun control is a crucial component of Joe Biden’s plan.


North Carolina Governor Vetoes Church Carry Bill :: 06/21/2021

A bill that would have allowed individuals with concealed carry licenses to carry inside of churches that have schools on the same property was vetoed by North Carolina Roy Cooper a couple of days ago, despite the fact that the legislation was approved in a bipartisan vote that garnered the approval of several Democratic legislators.


Senate Republicans Blast Proposed ATF Rules, Warn They Could Lead To Gun Registry :: 06/21/2021

Four GOP Senators weighed in on Monday on the ATF’s proposed rules on pistol braces and frames and receivers , warning that the proposal could eventually lead to a nationwide gun registration requirement. In a letter to acting ATF head Marvin Richardson, Sens. Josh Hawley (R-MO), Thom Tillis (R-NC), Ted Cruz (R-TX), and Tom Cotton (R-AR) expressed their concerns with both of the ATF’s proposals, which are currently up for public comment and review.


13 Examples of How Miami’s Police Chief Is Wrong on Defensive Gun Use :: 06/20/2021

In one incident last month, a woman used her firearm to protect herself and her children when a man broke in and threatened the family with a knife. She shot him dead. (Photo illustration: RichLegg/Getty Imgaes)


Firearms Policy Coalition Challenges Nevada Ban on Self-Built Firearms :: 06/20/2021

Yesterday, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) filed a motion for preliminary injunction in its federal Second Amendment lawsuit challenging Nevada’s unconstitutional statutes enacted in Assembly Bill 286, which established a new, confiscatory ban on all unserialized, self-manufactured firearms as well as all “unfinished frames or receivers.” The filings in Palmer v. Sisolak can be found at


FL Op-Ed Nails Where "Gun Control" Efforts Should Focus :: 06/20/2021

Gun control basically hinges on the idea that if you remove a weapon from the equation, you won’t have violent crime. At least, you won’t anywhere near to the degree we currently have. It seems none of these people have ever heard of any other weapon with which to kill someone other than a firearm.


Tennessee Felon Sentenced After Guns, Ammo Found In His Fishing Store :: 06/20/2021

Clinton Paul Wilborn used to run a fishing and tackle store in Chattanooga, Tennessee, but after authorities accused him of selling guns under the table the 47-year old is now going to be spending several years in a federal prison instead of casting his line in the waters of the Tennessee River.


Democratic Mayors Call for Tighter Federal Gun Laws Amid Rising Crime :: 06/19/2021

CHICAGO—Following a weekend of four major shootings in 6 hours covering four cities, over two dozen Democratic mayors turned to the White House for solutions, asking President Joe Biden to push for tighter federal gun laws.


Hearing Protection Act Reintroduced :: 06/19/2021

It was announced on June 16, 2021 that S. 2050: The Hearing Protection Act has been reintroduced. S 2050 aims “to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to remove silencers from the definition of firearms, and for other purposes.” The bill is sponsored by Idaho Senator Mike Crapo and co-sponsors include Senators Jim Risch (R-Idaho), Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), Kevin Cramer (R-North Dakota), Jerry Moran (R-Kansas), John Cornyn (R-Texas), Roger Marshall (R-Kansas), John Boozman (R-Arkansas), Shelley Moore Capito (R-West Virginia), Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas), James Lankford (R-Oklahoma), Mike Braun (R-Indiana), Tim Scott (R-South Carolina), Jim Inhofe (R-Oklahoma) and Thom Tillis (R-North Carolina).


Is There A New Split Emerging At SCOTUS? :: 06/19/2021

We’ve seen some surprisingly harmonious decisions from the Supreme Court over the past couple of weeks, including a 9-0 decision in favor of religious liberty and a 7-2 verdict rejecting a challenge to the Affordable Care Act for lack of standing handed down on Thursday. Behind that newfound comity, however, is conflict… at least according to POLITICO, which suggests in a new piece that the Court isn’t split 6-3 between conservative and progressive justices, but is actually split 3-3-3; with a “moderate” conservative bloc developing alongside the three liberal justices and three stalwart conservatives.


Leonard Pitts Jr.: The right to bear arms does not extend to Black people :: 06/19/2021

onservatives have a special purgatory for uppity black women who dare question America’s founding myths.


ATF Halts All New Opinion Letters For Unfinished Frames and Receivers :: 06/18/2021

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) has halted all issuances of new opinion letters to any company submitting samples for “non-firearms” items.


Godfather of Color Revolutions: Is George Soros the Most Dangerous Man Alive? :: 06/18/2021

Of course you’ve heard the name “George Soros,” often invoked as a sort of folk demon on the American and international right, it’s likely that you have some vague notion of why you think he’s a bad guy, or maybe you think the whole thing is a bunch of hype.


Judiciary Delays Chipman Vote; 2A Activists Flood Capitol Switchboards :: 06/18/2021

The Senate Judiciary Committee has delayed voting on the nomination of retired federal agent-turned-gun control advocate David Chipman one week, until Thursday, June 24, and during that time, grassroots Second Amendment activists are expected to be flooding Capitol Hill with messages of opposition.


Missouri's Devastating Response To DOJ Attack On 2A Preservation Act :: 06/18/2021

The Biden administration’s attempt to challenge Missouri’s new 2A Preservation Act is off to a rocky start after Gov. Mike Parson and Attorney General Eric Schimitt laid waste to the DOJ’s objections in a 7-page letter that explains the constitutionality of the new law and declares the state ready to “fight tooth and nail” for the Second Amendment rights of residents.


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