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PA Bill Number: SB945

Title: Consolidating the act of August 9, 1955 (P.L.323, No.130), known as The County Code; and making repeals.

Description: Consolidating the act of August 9, 1955 (P.L.323, No.130), known as The County Code; and making repeals. ...

Last Action: Third consideration and final passage (199-0)

Last Action Date: Apr 17, 2024

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Senate Republicans Can Resist Emotion-Fueled Rush on ATF Nominee :: 05/20/2022

“After the deadly mass shooting left 10 dead in Buffalo this weekend, the White House is significantly stepping up its push for the Senate to confirm Joe Biden’s top gun regulator,” POLITICO reports. “Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), meanwhile, told POLITICO he expects the Senate Judiciary Committee to hold its first hearing on [Steve] Dettelbach’s nomination before the Senate leaves for recess at the end of next week.”


Wisconsin Supreme Court unanimously strikes down concealed carry restriction :: 05/20/2022

Any form of political unanimity is rare these days, and especially so when we’re talking about guns.  But in a 7-0 ruling today, the Wisconsin State Supreme Court struck down a provision in state law that barred all those convicted of the misdemeanor crime of disorderly conduct from obtaining a concealed carry license.


25 States Have Now Gotten Out of Our Way :: 05/19/2022

It’s incredible to think that just a few decades ago only one state allowed concealed carry without a permit. Since then, immense progress has been made to get bureaucrats out of the way of our Second Amendment right to carry concealed for self-defense. Now half of the states have some form of constitutional carry.


Operation Silent Night Targets Purchases From Chinese Websites :: 05/19/2022

A joint operation between U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), and Postal Inspection Service have intercepted multiple firearms-related devices shipped from China to gun owners in the United States.


Senate Hearings Next Week on Biden’s Second Choice to Run ATF :: 05/19/2022

Senate hearings for Joe Biden’s second nominee to head the ATF, Steve Dettelbach, could begin as early as next week, Sen. Dick Durbin, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, told Politico.


Trio of Democrats unveil federal gun licensing bill :: 05/19/2022

It looks like most Senate Democrats aren’t particularly eager to put up votes on gun control bills that are doomed to failure, but that’s not stopping some of the most vociferous anti-gun senators from reminding us what their agenda is all about.


Biden Calls for Gun Control that’s Already Law and Didn’t Work :: 05/18/2022

Joe Biden brought his confusing anti-gun rhetoric to Buffalo, Tuesday – a city still grieving the loss of 10 good souls who were cut down Saturday by a hell-bound madman.


Manufacture of Firearms Up 300% Since 2000 :: 05/18/2022

According to a report released Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF), the number of guns manufactured has steadily increased over the past 20 years.


The rage mob comes for a New York gun store :: 05/18/2022

So far, there’s no indication that the suspect in the Buffalo shooting was prohibited from purchasing a firearm, but that’s not stopping a flood of outrage from being directed at the small gun shop in upstate New York where the 18-year old bought a Bushmaster rifle.


Biden fumbles gun control messaging in Buffalo: "We have enough laws on the books" :: 05/17/2022

Well this can’t be the takeaway that Joe Biden’s anti-gun allies were hoping for when the president flew to Buffalo to meet with elected officials and victims and family of the shooting at a Tops grocery store this past weekend in which ten people were murdered and three others injured. Biden was supposed to put the pressure on Congress to hold a vote on his gun control proposals, including his sought-after ban on modern sporting rifles and “large capacity” magazines.


Elections Matter: How CA Rifle Case Win Could Have Huge Ripple Effect :: 05/17/2022

When a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals struck down California’s law prohibiting sales of semiautomatic rifles to young adults ages 18-20, it not only signaled a victory for gun rights groups but also underscored the importance of who occupies the oval office.


Follow the Science, Unless it Leads Where You Don’t Want to Go :: 05/17/2022

Researchers in California have published the results of a study evaluating the effectiveness of so-called “gun violence restraining orders” (a.k.a. “extreme risk protection orders” or “red flag” orders). Assembly Bill 1014, was enacted in California in 2014, and since then, 19 states and the District of Columbia have adopted similar laws.


NY Gov. Wants More Gun Control in State with Tough Restrictions :: 05/17/2022

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul used the weekend mass shooting at a Buffalo supermarket to demand “stronger” gun control laws in a state that already has some of the toughest gun laws in the country, and President Joe Biden will fly the city on Tuesday, likely to make the same plea.


ATF Raid On Missouri Gun Shop Has Sheriff Seeing Red :: 05/16/2022

Skelton Tactical has been open for business in the small central Missouri town of Osage Beach for about three years, and owner James Skelton says during that time he’s never seen or spoken to anyone from the ATF. Apparently the agency has been keeping an eye on him, however, since agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and explosives conducted a raid on his business earlier this week.


Buffalo Shooting Suspect’s “Manifesto” Reveals Leftist Leanings :: 05/16/2022

Despite clear evidence that Payton Gendron, the suspect in the mass shooting in Buffalo, New York, is a leftist, anti-Christian crackpot, the leftist media are suggesting not only that he is some sort of conservative, but also that the man responsible for motivating him is Fox News’ Tucker Carlson.


Grocery store chain goes woke after permitless carry gets signed :: 05/16/2022

Almost a month ago residents of the Buckeye State celebrated the passage and signing of permitless carry into law. Supporters of freedom and our fundamental right to keep and bear arms know and understand this new law does not increase who may or may not be in possession of firearms, it simply removes restrictions from the law abiding to do so. Permitting is akin to a poll tax and the removal of need to have a permit to possess a firearm in public aligns the law closer with attaining a non-infringed status. That all being said, not everyone is celebrating this real commonsense measure. A popular grocery chain in Ohio, Meijer, just after the signing of the permitless carry law posted “no guns allowed” signs on their doors.


Misinformation Board Could Sway Gun Debate :: 05/16/2022

In late April, Alejandro Mayorkas, Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), made a bizarre announcement during a congressional hearing that DHS was forming what it called a “Mis- and Disinformation Governance Board.” The statement came in response to a question about how DHS was responding to supposed Russian interference in American elections. Mayorkas said the Board was intended to counter threats to both election security and “homeland security.”


'2000 Mules': The Film They Don’t Want You to See :: 05/15/2022

A new film makes a compelling case that the 2020 election wasn’t “the most secure election in history.”


Buffalo grocery store shooting leaves 10 dead :: 05/15/2022

On Saturday afternoon, 13 people were shot and 10 killed at a Buffalo supermarket. The individual who carried out the heinous attack has been apprehended.


NRA Fratricidal Fire Hits Second Amendment Hard :: 05/15/2022

The NRA needs a new and dynamic leader to “restore, reform and reclaim the NRA for what it was intended to be.”


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