PA Bill Number: HB2097
Title: In firearms and other dangerous articles, further providing for persons not to possess, use, manufacture, control, sell or transfer firearms, for ...
Description: In firearms and other dangerous articles, further providing for persons not to possess, use, manufacture, control, sell or transfer firearms ...
Last Action: Referred to JUDICIARY
Last Action Date: Feb 16, 2018
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Iowa's First Test Of 'Stand Your Ground' Law Enters Realm Of The Bizarre :: 02/12/2018
The state of Iowa is fairly new to the Stand Your Ground game. It only recently passed the law, which simply states that there is no duty to retreat from an attacker prior to using lethal force.
Wisconsin Court Prioritizes Avoiding Deportation Over the Second Amendment :: 02/12/2018
Fairfax, VA – -(Ammoland.com)- An appellate court judge in Wisconsin has ruled that lifetime loss of Second Amendment rights is not on par with the threat of deportation when it comes to a lawyer’s duty to advise clients of the secondary effects of a guilty plea.
Feds seek to drop charges on remaining Bundy members :: 02/08/2018
The U.S. Attorney’s office in Nevada filed a motion Wednesday to dismiss the charges against the last four defendants in the “Battle of Bunkerville” trials.
New York concealed carry laws challenged in court :: 02/05/2018
A man denied a concealed carry permit and a Second Amendment group he is a member of filed a federal lawsuit last week arguing New York’s licensing scheme is unconstitutional.
Appeals court rules federal agency must hear ATF whistleblower case :: 02/02/2018
A federal appeals court ruled this week the U.S. Merit Systems Protection Board must weigh in on a whistleblower’s allegations of retaliation within the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
Illinois Supreme Court: Gun ban near parks unconstitutional :: 02/02/2018
The state’s highest court on Thursday invalidated the Illinois prohibition on possession of a firearm within 1,000 feet of a park.
Cleveland gun regulations, registry torpedoed by Ohio high court :: 02/01/2018
A previous ruling that found the city’s gun offender registry and extensive local ordinances on firearms were unconstitutional was upheld Wednesday by the Ohio Supreme Court.
Pennsylvania: Former mental institution patients appeal gun ownership case dismissal to Third Circuit :: 01/30/2018
PHILADELPHIA – Two men have appealed a Sept. 25 order in which a federal judge dismissed their lawsuit challenging Pennsylvania and federal laws that prohibit individuals who were previously admitted to a mental institution from owning a gun.
Federal appeals court upholds interstate handgun purchase bans :: 01/23/2018
A three-judge panel of the U.S. 5th Circuit last week ruled the federal law prohibiting handgun sales to out-of-state residents is in the public interest.
Defense Department Fights Back Against Gun Database Lawsuit :: 01/22/2018
While the Department of Defense has taken some lumps over its failure to report the Sutherland Springs shooter to the NICS database, it’s not willing to go down without a fight. After all, we do tend to want our military to fight, though possibly not on something like this, but if they’re in the right–or at least not in the wrong. There’s a difference–I don’t blame them.
Supreme Court says no to 3-D printed guns, for now :: 01/22/2018
The Supreme Court turned down its chance to weigh-in on regulations for 3-D printed firearms — for now.
New York Libertarians lose first battle in pistol permit challenge :: 01/15/2018
A federal court last week dismissed a lawsuit brought by a number of New York residents backed by a county Libertarian party over the state’s restrictive handgun permitting rules.
Former Pittsburgh gun store owner gets 30 months on weapons charges :: 01/11/2018
A one-time western Pennsylvania gun shop owner was sentenced in federal court this week over improper records on numerous transactions and mishandling an unregistered National Firearms Act item.
California zoning law banning gun shops is challenged in Supreme Court filing :: 01/10/2018
Gun rights groups have filed a petition with the Supreme Court in the hopes that it would consider a controversial appeals court decision that limits where gun stores can open within one county in California.
The Top 10 Second Amendment-Related Court Rulings of 2017 :: 01/05/2018
Buoyed by Donald Trump’s upset victory in November, Second Amendment advocates expected great things to happen in 2017 with a pro-gun rights President and Republican-controlled Congress in Washington, D.C.
Gun store wins $12K settlement from city over license dispute :: 01/04/2018
North Miami Beach has agreed to pay a local gun store $12,000 and change the Florida city’s licensing codes to settle a long-running dispute.
Three US cities sue Pentagon over failure to report convictions :: 12/27/2017
Three major U.S. cities on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against the Defense Department for allegedly failing to report criminal convictions of people in the military to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and its national gun background check database.
Michigan high court to hear arguments on guns in schools :: 12/26/2017
Michigan's high court is expected to weigh in next year on whether school districts can ban anyone not in law enforcement from carrying guns onto school grounds.
Class Action for Wrongful NICS Denials Gaining Momentum :: 12/22/2017
USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Rumors have begun that a class-action suit against the FBI, BATFE, NICS-system operators and DOJ itself may be in the works, from people whose civil rights were wrongfully denied by bad firearms background checks.
U.S. Supreme Court Urged to Reverse 9th Circuit Gun Control Ruling :: 12/21/2017
Washington D.C., Dec. 20, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today, plaintiffs in a long-running Second Amendment lawsuit challenging the State of California's 10-day "waiting period laws" for firearm transfers have filed a brief at the United States Supreme Court urging the Justices to take up the case or issue a summary reversal of the 9th Circuit's decision.
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