PA Bill Number: HB1857
Title: In firearms and other dangerous articles, further providing for definitions and for sale or transfer of firearms.
Description: In firearms and other dangerous articles, further providing for definitions and for sale or transfer of firearms. ...
Last Action Date: Sep 21, 2019
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This legislation basically restricts federal presidential executive orders from impacting any firearm that is manufactured, whether it be private or commercially, primarily in Pennsylvania. It does not bar, at this time, the enactment of legislation by Congress that would impact Pennsylvania manufactured firearms.
Sponsor: Rep. Will Tallman
Title: Prohibiting the regulation of firearms by an executive order, rule or regulation of the President of the United States or a Federal executive agency.
Description: An Act prohibiting the regulation of firearms by an executive order, rule or regulation of the President of the United States or a Federal executive agency.
Session: 2015-2016 Regular Session
Last Action: Referred to JUDICIARY
Last Action Date: January 21, 2015
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22 sponsors: Will Tallman; Jerome Knowles; Robert James; David Millard; Russ Diamond; Stanley Saylor; Matthew Gabler; William Kortz; Matthew Baker; Robert Kauffman; John McGinnis; Christopher Harris; Stephen Barrar; Stephen Bloom; Gerald Mullery; Dominic Costa; Seth Grove; Daryl Metcalfe; Mark Gillen; Harry Readshaw; Dan Moul; Jason Ortitay
|House||Jan 21, 2015||Referred to JUDICIARY|
|Introduced||not available||state bill text||bill text|
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