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PA Bill Number: HB55

Title: A Joint Resolution proposing separate and distinct amendments to the Constitution of Pennsylvania, in declaration of rights, providing for ...

Description: A Joint Resolution proposing separate and distinct amendments to the Constitution of Pennsylvania, in declaration of rights, providing for ...

Last Action: Laid on the table

Last Action Date: Jan 13, 2021

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Senator Thomas McGarrigle

District: 26

Party: R

Ratings: FOAC: TBD, NRA: B, GOA: TBD

Pro-Gun Voting Percentage: 19%

Anti-Gun Voting Percentage: 76%

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County(s) Served: Chester*, Delaware*

FOAC Election: Neutral

Capital Office Contact Information

185 Main Capitol Senate Box 203026 Harrisburg, PA 17120-3015

Phone 1: 717-787-1350

FAX: 717-787-0196

Local Office Contact Information

5037 Township Line Rd. Drexel Hill 19026

Phone 1: 610-853-4100

FAX: 610-853-4136

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News, Articles & Other Information

Pennsylvania gun control group urge passing of domestic violence gun bill :: 09/16/2017

Members of gun control group Moms Demand Action’s Pennsylvania chapter gathered around the state this week to urge lawmakers to pass a bill that would strengthen firearms restrictions for domestic abusers.

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Delco senators line up against guns in schools :: 07/03/2017

A bill to allow school personnel to bring firearms with them to school as a security measure may have been passed by the state Senate, but senators representing Delaware County unanimously voted against it.

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