PA Bill Number: HB1165
Title: Imposing a fee for service on municipalities for municipal patrol services provided by the Pennsylvania State Police and providing for State Police ...
Description: Imposing a fee for service on municipalities for municipal patrol services provided by the Pennsylvania State Police and providing for State Pol ...
Last Action: Referred to TRANSPORTATION
Last Action Date: Apr 14, 2021
Informant in raw video gives Fox News explosive details about Gunwalker :: 05/24/2011
Gun Rights Examiner has been so involved providing original investigative reporting on "Project Gunwalker"* developments that investigations conducted by others at times go unexplored. Such is the case with a raw video produced by Fox News on April 27, in which reporter William La Jeunesse interviewed an unidentified confidential informant.
Guns Needed in Face of Lone Wolf Terrorist Threat :: 05/24/2011
"Authorities for some time have been warning about the possibility of lone wolf terrorists attacking targets within the United States," Snyder added. "What better protection against that possibility could there be than the armed American citizenry ready, willing and able to resist such attacks?"
Widower sues city for $15M after stalker's grisly murder of his wife :: 05/24/2011
The widow of a slain Queens woman whose heart and lungs were carved out during the grisly attack is suing the city for $15 million, claiming cops could have prevented her murder.
Securing a Campus :: 05/24/2011
Omaha, NE - The January shooting at Millard South High School in Omaha was over in five minutes. In 2007, the mass shooting at Von Maur at Omaha's Westroads Mall was over in six minutes. But what would happen if an active shooter found his way onto the University of Nebraska-Omaha's campus?
SAF, Calguns Sue Over California 'Assault Weapons' Law Arrest :: 05/24/2011
BELLEVUE, Wash., May 23, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Second Amendment Foundation and Calguns Foundation have filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in California, seeking to have the state's definition of so-called "assault weapons" declared unconstitutionally vague.
Oregon Supreme Court: Medical Marijuana Patients Have Gun Rights :: 05/24/2011
. . . sheriffs in this case are not excused from their duty under ORS 166.291(1) to issue CHLs to qualified applicants, without regard to the applicant's use of medical marijuana, on the ground that issuance of CHLs to medical marijuana users would violate a federal prohibition on making false statements about the lawfulness of transferring firearms to such persons. Neither are the sheriffs excused from that statutory duty on the ground that it is preempted by federal law. The sheriffs were without authority to deny petitioner's CHL applications."
Women Taking Aim: More Women Buying Guns :: 05/24/2011
LORTON, Virginia (WUSA) -- "I was a victim of a crime. A rape crime," says a woman who wants to go by the name 38-Special-K. A .38 Special is her weapon of choice. And she knows how to use it. 9NEWS NOW caught up with "38 Special" at Sharpshooters in Lorton.
Bill aims to block sales of guns to terror suspects :: 05/24/2011
That's why even those of us who strongly support the Second Amendment also support federal laws prohibiting the most dangerous among us from purchasing or possessing firearms and explosives.
Chair of New Hampshire House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee [Rep. Swinford] Decries NRA Reps Unprofessional Behavior :: 05/23/2011
As the Chair of the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee in the State of New Hampshire, I am writing to you to set the record straight regarding the statement posted on your website about HB330. You have been given misinformation (I prefer not to call anyone a liar) by your state NRA-ILA representative, John Hohenwarter. I do not appreciate his unprofessional behavior, which has been contrary and harmful to NRA's reputation.
Philadelphia Police Targeting Open-Carry Gun Owners :: 05/23/2011
With a shocking altercation between Philadelphia police and a 25-year-old IT worker putting the spotlight back on open-carry gun laws, local authorities are warning gun owners that they will be "inconvenienced" if they carry unconcealed handguns in the city.
Tucson SWAT Team Defends Shooting Iraq Vet 60 Times :: 05/21/2011
A Tucson, Ariz., SWAT team defends shooting an Iraq War veteran 60 times during a drug raid, although it declines to say whether it found any drugs in the house and has had to retract its claim that the veteran shot first.
Senator Grassley Presses DOJ's Holder for ATF's Gun Runner Response :: 05/21/2011
WASHINGTON - Senate Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Chuck Grassley is reiterating the need for a timely response from Attorney General Eric Holder to his Questions for the Record for Holder during the Attorney General's May 4th appearance before the Judiciary Committee.
Hard for Citizens in Mexico to Arm Themselves :: 05/21/2011
So what do you do if the government can't protect your from crime? Well, in Mexico, it is pretty hard for you to do much of anything, legally.
Some gun owners in Mexico defy the law to defend themselves :: 05/21/2011
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico - Despite strict gun-control laws in Mexico, crime scenes are riddled with bullet holes. Both drug cartels and common criminals have guns. Now more private citizens are arming themselves for protection, even if it means breaking the law. . . . . . Earlier this month, federal police raided a home in an upscale neighborhood in Ciudad Juarez looking for kidnapping victims. Instead they found a well-stocked arsenal that included three anti-aircraft guns, a grenade launcher, dozens of grenades, AK47s and several machine guns.
DEA accidentally finds guns from ATF "gunwalker","dea-accidentally-finds-guns-from-atf-qgunwalkerq :: 05/21/2011
CBS News has learned that the DEA has confiscated a stash of assault rifles connected to ATF's Fast and Furious operation. It's a major seizure of weapons in the controversial ATF case that's the subject of at least two investigations. Sources say it's believed the suspects intended to take the guns to Mexico.
Patriot Act Extension Imminent :: 05/21/2011
Capitol Hill insiders report that a vote in the Senate is to happen as soon as this coming Monday on at least a four year extension of the Patriot Act .
Walgreens Fires Armed Worker :: 05/20/2011
BENTON TOWNSHIP - A photograph of four children tucked in a thank-you card from a coworker reminds Jeremy Hoven he did the right thing. But doing "the right thing" cost the night shift pharmacist his job at the Walgreens drugstore at Napier Avenue and M-139. The national pharmacy chain fired Hoven on Monday, eight days after he fired his handgun to foil an armed robbery and a potentially deadly hostage situation at the store.
DEA seizes '50 to 60' AK-style firearms; ATF 'scrambling' :: 05/20/2011
Within the past few days DEA in Phoenix was surveilling what they believed to be a dope load. A traffic stop was executed. The haul was not drugs but instead 50 to 60 AK-47's, wrapped in cellophane and intended for Mexico that were purchased during Fast and Furious.
DARYL METCALFE: Law would restore right to self-defense :: 05/19/2011
The Pennsylvania Castle Doctrine legislation, House Bill 40, is necessary to restore our rights that have been violated by current law, which is not aligned with our constitutionally-affirmed God-given right to defend our lives, loved ones and property with lethal force when necessary.
Arizona Former Combat Marine-Jose Guerena-Shot 60 Times During SWAT Raid :: 05/19/2011
A sheriff's department in Arizona is investigating exactly what happened during a SWAT raid that left a former Marine dead -- shot 60 times.
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