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PA Bill Number: SB531

Title: In general provisions, providing for findings regarding firearms and ammunition; and, in preemptions, providing for regulation of firearms and ...

Description: In general provisions, providing for findings regarding firearms and ammunition; and, in preemptions, providing for regulation of firearms a ...

Last Action: Removed from table

Last Action Date: Jul 15, 2020

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Representative Mark Keller

District: 86

Party: R

Ratings: FOAC: A, NRA: A, GOA: TBD

Pro-Gun Voting Percentage: 97%

Anti-Gun Voting Percentage: 3%

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County(s) Served: Cumberland*, Perry

FOAC Election: Endorsed

Capital Office Contact Information

PO Box 202086 Harrisburg, PA 17120-3015

Phone 1: 717-783-1593

FAX: 717-782-2894

Local Office Contact Information

18 West Main St., P.O. Box 9 New Bloomfield 17068

Phone 1: 717-582-8119

FAX: 717-582-8979

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Committees Keller Serves On

Agriculture And Rural Affairs : Majority Vice Chair

Commerce : Majority Chair

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News, Articles & Other Information

PA preemption bill clears first hurdle in long road to governor's desk :: 04/20/2017

A proposal to prevent Pennsylvania’s 2,500-plus municipalities from enacting firearm ordinances over and above state law cleared its first legislative hurdle Wednesday.

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