PA Bill Number: SB581
Title: Providing for maximum contaminant levels.
Description: An Act amending the act of May 1, 1984 (P.L.206, No.43), known as the Pennsylvania Safe Drinking Water Act, providing for maximum contaminant levels.
Last Action: Referred to ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES AND ENERGY
Last Action Date: Apr 22, 2019
Judicial Watch Sue ATF for Record of Obama's AR-15 Ammo Ban Attempt :: 10/07/2018
Washington, DC –-(Ammoland.com)- Judicial Watch announced today that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF), a component of the Department of Justice, for 1,900 pages of records about a proposed reclassification that would effectively ban certain types of AR-15 ammunition as armor-piercing (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:18-cv-02218)).
N.J.'s ban on large magazines is constitutional, court rules. Gun groups vow to appeal. :: 10/02/2018
A federal court has dealt a blow to gun rights groups by ruling Gov. Phil Murphy's ban on 15-round magazines doesn't violate the Constitution.
MONUMENTAL DECISION - Federal Court Rules It's Unconstitutional to Strip Second Amendment Rights as a Result of a Second DUI :: 10/01/2018
Today, Chief Counsel Joshua Prince and attorney Adam Kraut secured a major victory for Second Amendment jurisprudence in Holloway v. Sessions, et al., 1:17-CV-00081, where Chief Judge Christopher Connor of the Middle District of Pennsylvania ruled in a 21 page memorandum that it was unconstitutional as-applied to Mr. Holloway to preclude him in perpetuity from exercising his Second Amendment rights as a result of a 2005 DUI.
3D printed gun advocates expand lawsuit, name more officials as defendants :: 09/18/2018
Crypto- and free-market anarchist Cody Wilson, allied with a gun rights group, is expanding the reach of their federal lawsuit over legal protections for 3D printed gun files.
Hawaii seeks to have pro-gun victory overturned, retried :: 09/17/2018
The state is seeking a do-over in a case that said Hawaii’s restrictions on the open carry of firearms in public were not in line with the Second Amendment.
Obama-Appointed Federal Judge Smacks Down Kamala Harris' DOJ in Gun Case :: 09/12/2018
In a ruling handed down Monday, an Obama-appointed District Court judge in California gave a hearty smack-down to the California Department of Justice in a First Amendment case pertaining to firearms-related speech.
Judge to Weigh NRA's Free-Speech Case Against New York :: 09/08/2018
ALBANY, N.Y. (CN) – Fending off claims that it tried to bankrupt the National Rifle Association, attorneys for the state of New York will press a federal judge Monday to dismiss the gun lobby’s free-speech suit.
Pro-gun group takes FSU to court over firearm policy :: 09/06/2018
Florida State University is facing a lawsuit from a local pro-gun group over its ban on firearms in vehicles. FSU President John Trasher, no stranger to lawsuits brought against him by Florida Carry, was named in the new legal challenge from the group filed last week in a Leon County court. The pro-gun member organization contends the public university’s policy on the storage of ammunition and some types of guns inside private on-campus vehicles doesn’t jibe with state law.
SAF Joined By Other Groups In Filing Amicus Brief In Mass. Gun Ban Case :: 09/03/2018
BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation has been joined by several other groups and Second Amendment scholars in filing an amicus brief with the First U.S. Court of Appeals supporting a challenge of the Massachusetts semi-auto rifle ban.
Gun range, 2A group sue town in bid to stay in business after 'secret' rezoning :: 08/30/2018
A Western Pennsylvania town is the subject of a federal lawsuit over their contentious interaction with an area gun range.
Legal challenge filed in Vermont over new gun control laws :: 08/28/2018
A gun rights group in Vermont is taking the state to court over a recent gun control drive that included bumping the minimum age for firearm sales to 21.
3-D printed gun ban extended by judge pending state challenge :: 08/27/2018
A judge in Seattle extended a ban on publishing instructions for 3-D printed guns during state litigation over the controversial practice, handing a procedural victory to gun-control advocates.
Law is dead in Washington state: I-1639 is inarguably illegal :: 08/27/2018
There is no law in Washington state. On Friday, the Seattle Supreme Court — formerly the Washington State Supreme Court –killed it. The so-called justices killed the law because they are left-wing activist, arrogant, lying hacks. They hate guns, they hate gun owners, solely due to those factors they unanimously approved Initiative I-1639. The so-called court openly defied the clear and simple language of Washington state law. The so-called judges killed the law.
Court upholds county tax on guns, ammo :: 08/23/2018
A mandatory tax on firearms and ammo sold over the counter in Cook County, Illinois has withstood a legal challenge.
Lawsuit to allow unlocked guns in foster homes will proceed :: 08/21/2018
A lawsuit filed in a Michigan federal court last year challenging a state policy mandating foster parents store guns locked and unloaded will proceed, according to documents filed last week. U.S. District Judge Paul Maloney sided with William and Jill Johnson, residents of Ontonagon — a village bordering Lake Superior on Michigan’s upper peninsula — who claim the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services threatened to revoke their foster parent license if they didn’t comply.
Gun Groups Seek Preliminary Injunction In California Case :: 08/18/2018
BELLEVUE, WA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Attorneys for the Second Amendment Foundation and three other advocacy groups have filed an amended complaint against California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, seeking a preliminary injunction to prevent enforcement of a new law restricting possession of so-called “bullet button assault weapons” because of a problem with the registration system during the week prior to the deadline.
Man acquitted of double murder sues for false imprisonment :: 08/18/2018
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) - Surveillance video of a 2017 shooting is now at the core of a federal lawsuit against the Albuquerque Police Department.
Courts Smack Down Challenge Of Georgia's Campus Carry Law :: 08/17/2018
School campuses have been gun-free zones in most states for years now. Despite that status–or because of it–college campuses have been the target of shootings more than once. It seems that gun-free status doesn’t stop attacks from happening, it just disarms people who might be able to prevent them.
Lawsuit Filed Over MA Attorney General's 'Assault Weapon' Expansion :: 08/17/2018
The attorney general of a state is supposed to uphold the laws of that state. Their purpose isn’t to create anything, only to enforce the laws on the books to the best of their ability. It doesn’t even matter whether they agree with the law in most cases. They’re supposed to deal with what’s there, not what they wish was there.
Fulton judge denies Georgia campus carry injunction request :: 08/15/2018
A Fulton County judge has denied an injunction request by six Georgia professors to prohibit the state’s contentious campus carry law, which allows licensed gun owners to carry a firearm on some parts of public college campuses.
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