PA Bill Number: SB135
Title: In hunting and furtaking, further providing for dogs pursuing, injuring or killing big game.
Description: In hunting and furtaking, further providing for dogs pursuing, injuring or killing big game. ...
Last Action: Referred to GAME AND FISHERIES
Last Action Date: Sep 21, 2017
FOAC 2017 Fall Gun Bash - 09/30/2017
Washington county Fairgrounds Bldg. 1, 2151 North Main Street Washington PA
FOAC Monthly Meeting - October - 2017 - 10/8/2017
South Fayette Township Municipal Bldg. 515 Millers Run Road, Morgan, PA
FOAC Monthly Meeting - November - 2017 - 11/12/2017
South Fayette Township Municipal Bldg. 515 Millers Run Road, Morgan, PA
Federal court upholds Seattle's policy limiting police use of firearms :: 09/22/2017
A federal appeals court has upheld the Seattle Police Department’s use-of-force policy that limits police use of firearms.
SAF Files Amicus Brief In Case Of Florida Man's Death By Police :: 09/19/2017
BELLEVUE, Wash., Sept. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Attorneys for the Second Amendment Foundation today filed an amicus brief supporting a request for the U.S. Supreme Court to review a civil case against a Florida sheriff's office related to the slaying of an innocent man by a sheriff's deputy who raided the man's home, unannounced and without warrant or cause.
Lawsuits filed by widows, survivors of San Francisco UPS shooting :: 09/15/2017
Multiple lawsuits were filed in San Francisco Superior Court Tuesday accusing United Parcel Service, a private security company, and the building’s owner of failing to take action to protect workers from what the plaintiffs deemed a preventable act when a UPS worker opened fire at the San Francisco facility earlier this year.
Supreme Court weighs gun ban in Delaware parks, forests :: 09/14/2017
Delaware's Supreme Court is weighing a decision in a lawsuit challenging bans on non-hunting firearms in state parks and forests.
Science teacher prevails in battle with L.A. school district over guns :: 09/13/2017
Three days of lost pay may not seem like much, not worth arguing over for more than three years. But when an arbitration panel ruled last month that biology teacher Greg Schiller should get that money back, he and his many supporters saw a much greater victory.
Federal judge says City Hall can't use zoning law fortuity to sidestep shop's lawsuit over gun sale ban :: 09/11/2017
Chicago’s attempt to squash a suit brought against the city by a gun shop has failed, after a federal judge said City Hall can’t sidestep the lawsuit accusing the city of unconstitutionally barring the shop from opening.
City settles black student's stun gun case for $95,000 :: 09/08/2017
ALLENTOWN, Pa. — A Pennsylvania city has paid $95,000 to settle a lawsuit by a black college student who said he was wrongly shocked with a stun gun after police stopped to question him about a robbery.
Nullifying law from the jury box :: 09/07/2017
On Tuesday, Aug. 22, in U.S. District Court, presided over by Chief Judge Gloria Navarro, a federal jury refused to convict four defendants tried for the second time over federal weapons and assault charges stemming from the 2014 standoff on the Bundy Ranch near Bunkersville.
Plaintiff: Sig tried to mislead public about P320 drop safety issue :: 09/06/2017
A lawsuit against Sig Sauer has been amended to include allegations that the gun maker knew about the flaw in the P320’s drop safety months before public pressure forced the New Hampshire company to offer an upgrade for the handgun design.
SCOTUS Asked to Review Ninth Circuit Decision on California's Waiting Period Laws :: 09/05/2017
WASHINGTON, D.C. –-(Ammoland.com)- Today, two individuals and two Second Amendment civil rights advocacy groups filed a petition for certiorari in the case of Silvester, et al. v. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra asking the United States Supreme Court to review and overturn a wrongly-decided Ninth Circuit decision about the State of California’s 10-day waiting period laws, noted The Calguns Foundation, one of the petitioners.
Federal Judge Denies Chicago Motion In SAF-Backed Gun Shop Case :: 08/31/2017
BELLEVUE, WA – -(Ammoland.com)- A federal court judge in Illinois has denied a City of Chicago motion for summary judgment and refused to dismiss a case challenging a ban of firearms sales within city limits that is backed by the Second Amendment Foundation.
State Supreme Court: Georgia students can argue self-defense to justify school fights :: 08/31/2017
In its first decision in a school discipline case, the Georgia Supreme Court ruled zero tolerance policies on school fighting cannot deny students the right to assert they were defending themselves. The court said Georgia law gives students the legal right to argue self-defense as a justification.
W.Va. AG, 21 States Fight to Protect Second Amendment Rights :: 08/28/2017
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is leading a 21-state coalition in urging the U.S. Supreme Court to defend the rights of gun owners in West Virginia and beyond.
SAF Joins Amicus Brief Asking High Court Review of Maryland Case :: 08/23/2017
BELLEVUE, Wash., Aug. 22, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Second Amendment Foundation has joined in an amicus brief in support of a case that challenges a Maryland gun control law and the federal court ruling that upholds the law by essentially distorting the meaning and intent of the 2008 Heller Ruling that defined the Second Amendment as protective of an individual right to keep and bear arms in common use.
Zero convictions for four defendants in Battle of Bunkerville retrial :: 08/23/2017
Four men facing a retrial for their role in the 2014 Battle of Bunkerville walked out of the Henderson Detention Center Tuesday in Nevada after a jury handed down zero convictions.
County Supervisor: There Is Going To Be a Lawsuit From New Gun Rights Law :: 08/17/2017
One part of Iowa’s new comprehensive gun rights law that went into effect in July may end up in court. Under the new statute, a gunowner can sue any local government that tries to keep firearms out of public buildings.
Florida Driver Challenges Uber's Ban on Guns :: 08/17/2017
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (CN) – On a rainy afternoon in June, Mary Ann Krivda pulled her four-door sedan into a St. Petersburg, Florida parking lot. Krivda, who began driving for the ride-sharing service Uber four months ago, saw her passenger, an elderly woman with a walker, standing under a tree.
Lawsuit: NICS checks using terror database unlawful :: 08/14/2017
A federal lawsuit challenging the use of background check data on firearms sales in the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s terror database since 2004 argues the practice is illegal.
Maryland Jury Says "Not Guilty" in Pillar Free Speech Case :: 08/12/2017
ANNAPOLIS, MD – A jury reached verdicts of not guilty on both counts in the trial of Dennis Fusaro and Stephen Waters today in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court, ending a prosecution based on automatic phone calls—or “robocalls”—that were made before the 2014 election. Maryland prosecutors alleged that Fusaro and Waters sponsored the calls and failed to include the proper disclaimers under state campaign finance law, ostensibly to identify the sponsors of the call. The Pillar of Law Institute provided two briefs in this trial, arguing that the charges against Fusaro and Waters were unconstitutional abridgments of free speech under the First Amendment.
Supreme Court To Decide Whether Prosecutors Can Use Pleas To Skirt Constitution :: 08/12/2017
While the endless portrayal of jury trials in media might indicate otherwise, trials are actually quite rare in the U.S. criminal justice system. With 97% of federal cases ending in pleas, the Atticus Finch conception of American justice has been largely confined to books.
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