PA Bill Number: HR604
Title: Declaring gun violence a social epidemic that requires immediate action and condemning the National Rifle Association's increasingly extreme and ...
Description: Declaring gun violence a social epidemic that requires immediate action and condemning the National Rifle Association's increasingly extreme and ...
Last Action Date: Nov 2, 2019
Concealed Carry Seminar Sponsored by PA State Rep. Jason Ortitay - 11/14/2019
Mount Pleasant Volunteer Fire Company 106 Main St., Hickory, PA
Concealed Carry Seminar Sponsored by PA State Rep. George Dunbar - 11/16/2019
VFW Post 781 100 Billott Ave Irwin, PA
FOAC Monthly Meeting and Holiday Party - 12/8/2019
Al's Cafe Bethel Park 440 McMurray Road Bethel Park, PA
NRA Drops Lawsuit Over 'Terrorist' Label :: 11/08/2019
When the city of San Francisco voted to label the National Rifle Association as “terrorists,” it upset a lot of folks. The idea of labeling someone a terrorist isn’t something to be done lightly. Further, there were absolutely no grounds for it. One would be hardpressed to find any links between the NRA and any mass shooter, much less one who was politically motivated.
Harvard law students ask for right-of-center legal clinics to balance leftist clinics :: 11/06/2019
Harvard Law School offers “unparalleled clinical education” for students – if they’re politically progressive.
SCOTUS To Decide If It Will Hear Case Stemming From Sandy Hook :: 11/06/2019
The Supreme Court doesn’t hear every case brought before it. It decides which cases it wants to hear and which cases it doesn’t. Ever since the McDonald decision almost a decade ago, though, the Court has been reticent to hear any further cases on the good old Second Amendment. Countless others have been declined.
Missouri Man Who Brought Rifle To Walmart Takes Guilty Plea :: 11/05/2019
You may remember the story of Dmitriy Andreychenko from a couple of months ago. He’s the young man from Missouri who thought it would be a good idea to strap on some body armor, grab his AR-15, and take a little stroll while filming himself inside his local Walmart as a “test” of his Second Amendment rights just days after the shootings at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas.
Dozens Of Members Of Congress Urge SCOTUS To Hear This Gun Case :: 11/01/2019
Ninety-four members of Congress are asking the Supreme Court to hear a challenge to a Massachusetts “assault weapons ban” enacted by Attorney General Maura Healey, who announced in 2016 that the ban, which was originally passed in 1998, had been wrongly interpreted for the past eighteen years, and was actually far broader and more all-encompassing than the way it had originally been enforced. Gun owners, firearms retailers, and Second Amendment groups cried foul and sued over Healey’s decision, which amounted to new law via a legal opinion rather than legislation.
Judge Blocks Last Minute Bid to Stop Oklahoma's Permitless Carry Law :: 10/31/2019
An Oklahoma County judge on Wednesday afternoon denied an attempt by opponents of Oklahoma’s new permitless carry law to stop the legislation from taking effect on Friday. The last minute legal maneuver was the latest attempt to block the law by State Rep. Jason Lowe, who claimed that the bill authorizing permitless carry violates a state law requiring legislation to deal with a single subject. It’s an argument without merit, and Judge Don Andrews declined to issue an injunction that would stop the law from taking effect.
The Truth About America's Founding and Slavery :: 10/31/2019
The New York Times’ 1619 Project is the latest attempt from the left to retell history. But Allen Guelzo thinks the Times made some key errors. “The hope of many members of the Constitutional Convention, that slavery could be abolished, was linked to their conviction that the abolition of slavery was simply one more step that needed to be taken to free us from the inheritance of British colonialism and British imperialism,” Guelzo, a research scholar at Princeton University, says. “The 1619 Project tends to invert that.”
Assault On Firearm Industry Fails: Federal Court Dismisses Ohio Lawsuit :: 10/23/2019
On October 9, a federal court in Ohio considered and dismissed, with prejudice, a lawsuit against Smith & Wesson, Remington, Sig Sauer, and other gun manufacturers, arising from a class action brought by Primus Group LLC. Primus Group LLC v. Smith & Wesson Corp., et al, No. 2:19-cv-3450, 2019 WL 5067211 (S.D. Ohio, Oct. 9, 2019).
Montana's Supreme Court Strikes Down Universal Background Check Law :: 10/23/2019
The Montana State Supreme Court rejected a “universal background check law” put on the books in Missoula, saying the local ordinance conflicts with the state’s firearms preemption law that leaves gun legislation in the hands of state lawmakers, not local officials.
Washington State Judge Strikes Down City's Gun Storage Law :: 10/21/2019
A judge in Snohomish County, Washington has ruled that a local gun storage law passed by city council members in Edmonds violates the state’s firearms preemption law, handing a victory to gun owners and Second Amendment organizations, and possibly setting up a fight in the state Supreme Court as well.
Appeal Planned In Lawsuit Over 21 To Buy Handgun Law :: 10/15/2019
If you’re 18-years-old in this country, you can do damn near anything you want. You can get married, enlist in the military, buy a car, get a credit card, take on debt, just about anything and all without asking a parent’s permission. After all, at 18, you’re an adult.
Maine Man Challenges Gun Ban For Medical Marijuana Users :: 10/12/2019
A 58-year old man from Maine is challenging the state’s ban on gun possession for those who are “an unlawful user of or is addicted to any controlled substance and as a result is prohibited from possession of a firearm”, arguing that individuals like himself who are certified medical marijuana users are unconstitutionally losing their right to keep and bear arms.
Nevada court adds jury option in minor domestic violence cases :: 10/09/2019
The Nevada Supreme Court has ruled that people accused of misdemeanor domestic violence should have the right to a jury trial.
GA Supreme Court Kicks Botanical Garden Case Back To Lower Court :: 10/08/2019
While I consider myself a staunch supporter of gun rights, I also support property rights just as vehemently. I think people have a right to do what they want with their own property, even if I think they’re stupid for doing so. This becomes an issue for me when property rights butt straight into gun rights, such as gun-free zones in states where private property owners can make their own determination on the issue.
Politician, Activists File Suit Over Oklahoma's Constitutional Carry Law :: 10/08/2019
Oklahoma’s new constitutional carry law goes into effect November 1st, but gun control activists are hoping to block implementation in the next few weeks. State Rep. Jason Lowe, joined by four other individuals, has filed a lawsuit in state court alleging that House Bill 2597 violates state law requiring legislation to have a single subject.
Supreme Court will hear gun rights case in December, a temporary setback for gun control groups :: 10/08/2019
WASHINGTON – Gun rights will be in the Supreme Court's sights this term after all. The justices Monday kept a case about a New York City gun control regulation on its 2019 docket despite action by the city and state to erase the regulation from the books.
Gun owner awaits IL Supreme Court :: 10/03/2019
One White County resident’s challenge to Illinois state law being heard by the state Supreme Court could alter the circumstances under which a FOID card is required for gun owners.
What's At Stake In The Guns Case At The Supreme Court? :: 09/27/2019
Dave Hardy, an attorney in private practice in Arizona, thinks this is the term when the Supreme Court finally decides whether a constitutional right to carry a firearm extends beyond the front door.
U.S. Supreme Court Schedules New York Second Amendment Case For Argument :: 09/24/2019
In January, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear a Second Amendment challenge to a gun control law for the first time in nearly 10 years. The case arose from a New York City regulation that banned city residents with “premises” handgun licenses from taking their own legally-owned firearms outside Gotham for lawful purposes. The city defended the law all the way to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, insisting it was essential to public safety. But ever since the Supreme Court agreed to hear the appeal of that decision, city and state officials in New York have been running scared, desperately maneuvering to convince the justices to dismiss it.
NRA sues San Francisco over terrorist declaration :: 09/10/2019
The National Rifle Association sued San Francisco on Monday over the city's recent declaration that the gun-rights lobby is a "domestic terrorist organization."
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