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PA Bill Number: HB2744

Title: In general provisions, further providing for definitions; in inchoate crimes, further providing for prohibited offensive weapons; in assault, further ...

Description: In general provisions, further providing for definitions; in inchoate crimes, further providing for prohibited offensive weapons; in assault, furth ...

Last Action: Referred to JUDICIARY

Last Action Date: Oct 18, 2018

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Senator Thomas Killion

Party: Republican

Legislative District: 9

Local Office: 100 Evergreen Drive, Suite 113 Glen Mills PA 19342

Phone: (610) 358-5183

FAX: (610) 358-5184

Capital Office: 463 Main Capitol, Box 203009 Harrisburg, PA 17120

Phone: (717) 787-4712

FAX: (717) 783-7490

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Committees Senator Thomas Killion Serves On

Appropriations

State Government : Majority Vice Chair

Banking And Insurance

Communications And Technology

Consumer Protection And Professional Licensure

Urban Affairs And Housing

Voter's Guide Area(s): 5, 5A

Counties Served: Chester*, Delaware*

FOAC Rating: D

NRA Rating: TBD

GOA Rating: TBD

Pro-Gun Voting Percentage: 9%

Anti-Gun Voting Percentage: 45%

Bills Sponsored or Co-sponsored by Senator Thomas Killion

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News, Articles & Other Information

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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