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PA Bill Number: SB290

Title: In terms and courses of study, providing for moment of silence on September 11 anniversary.

Description: In terms and courses of study, providing for moment of silence on September 11 anniversary. ...

Last Action: Referred to EDUCATION

Last Action Date: Jan 31, 2023

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Chemerinsky: Expect a truly extraordinary year at the Supreme Court :: 10/01/2021

Every Supreme Court term has important decisions that change the law and affect people’s lives, but some years are blockbusters in the number of high-profile, significant rulings. The October 2021 term, which begins on Monday, Oct. 4, promises to be such a year. It is the first full term with the court’s current composition.


High court could add more contentious cases to busy lineup :: 09/30/2021

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court term that begins next week is already full of contentious cases, including fights over abortion and guns. But the justices still have a lot of blank space on their calendar, with four more months of arguments left to fill.


U.S. judge: Nation's capital liable for wrongful arrests under struck-down gun ban :: 09/30/2021

A federal judge found the D.C. government liable Wednesday for wrongfully arresting between 2012 and 2014 six people who were accused of violating its ban on carrying handguns in public.


SCOTUS Considers Several 2A Cases In First Conference Of Fall Term :: 09/28/2021

Today is the first conference of the fall term for the Supreme Court, and there are a number of Second Amendment-related cases for the justices to consider. In fact, there are currently five different cases set to be debated in conference today, ranging from a challenge to New Jersey’s ban on “large capacity” magazines to a lawsuit seeking to declare Hawaii’s ban on unlicensed open carry unconstitutional.


FPC Sues San Diego in 2A Lawsuit Challenging Ban on Home-Building Firearms, Precursor Parts :: 09/25/2021

SAN DIEGO, CA (September 24, 2021) — Mere hours after San Diego, California Mayor Todd Gloria signed Ordinance no. O-2022-7 into law, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) last night filed a new Second Amendment lawsuit challenging the new ban that prohibits individuals in the City from home-building firearms, including the possession of parts and materials necessary to self-manufacture constitutionally protected arms. The confiscatory terms of the Ordinance additionally require that all persons who have any of the banned items dispossess themselves of the items within 30 days. FPC Law also filed a motion for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction today to block enforcement of the law. The complaint and application for temporary restraining order in Fahr v. San Diego can be found at


Dems Slip Red Flag Provision Into Military Spending Bill :: 09/24/2021

While Joe Biden’s anti-gun legislative agenda has stalled out in Congress, the gun control lobby is still looking for ways to infringe on the rights of gun owners, and one of their latest poison pills can be found in this year’s National Defense Authorization Act. On today’s Bearing Arms’ Cam & Co we’re highlighting what Gun Owners of America is calling a “red flag” gun confiscation provision in the NDAA, and why it must be stripped out of the legislation before a vote is cast.


Appeals Court Reverses Ruling On Gun Sales Under Age 21 :: 09/23/2021

A while back, a federal appeals court issued a ruling that was, in my opinion, critical to gun rights. In particular, the ruling essentially said that adults under the age of 21 still had a right to keep and bear arms. This seems obvious since we routinely accept people this age to be able to vote, say what they wish, worship as they wish, and so on.


19 Democrat AGs Back NY Carry Laws In SCOTUS Brief :: 09/22/2021

We’re now less than two months away oral arguments in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen, the case dealing with a challenge to New York’s subjective “may issue” carry permitting laws that the Supreme Court accepted back in the spring. The final round of briefs are being submitted to SCOTUS this week, and one of the first to drop comes from 19 Democrat Attorneys General. Led by California Attorney General Rob Bonta, the anti-gun coalition features AGs from several “shall issue” states, including Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvana, and Virginia. In fact, the Democratic AGs in the Constitutional Carry states of Maine and Vermont have also signed on to the brief, which argues that New York and other states should be able to deny the average resident their right to bear arms.


Court Rules Illinois Gun Ban In Forest Unconstitutional :: 09/17/2021

The idea of a gun ban anywhere in Illinois isn’t overly shocking. While most of the state leans pro-gun, geographically speaking, the city of Chicago dominates the state politically. As such, I’m never surprised to see a bit of anti-Second Amendment nonsense come out of the state.


MA Court Finds Cops Didn't Have Probable Cause In Gun Search :: 09/16/2021

Sometimes, it’s easy for us to look at things that happen to alleged criminals and shrug. I know I’m guilty of it far more often than I’d like to admit. After all, gang bangers cause so many problems not just for society as a whole, but for gun owners specifically. After all, their actions are often used as justification for stripping us of our rights.


LA Judge Reprimanded For Opinions On Gascón, Guns, BLM :: 09/15/2021

Much as we might like for people to be completely and totally unbiased, that’s never really going to happen. People have opinions on various things, and we live in a country where people are still free to voice those opinions, even on topics like gun control and Black Lives Matter.


NRA Files Amicus Brief Urging SCOTUS to Reverse Trumpstock Fiasco :: 09/10/2021

Trump was wrong on bump stocks.  He wasn’t “playing 3D chess,” as some of his most ardent supporters in the gun community alleged. Can we all admit that now?


Heller Takes DC Back to Court Over 'Ghost-Gun' Ban :: 09/08/2021

The man behind the most consequential gun-rights case in American history is back in court.


20 State Attorneys General Oppose Biden Administrations Proposed Gun Laws :: 09/04/2021

USA – -( Twenty state attorneys general, led by West Virginia’s Patrick Morrisey & Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, have signed a letter to Marvin Richardson, acting director of the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, opposing the Biden administration’s gun control measures, asserting “an unlawful attempt to regulate guns proposed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF),” according to a news release from the office of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron.


St. Paul man who shot at MPD in self-defense acquitted of all charges by jury :: 09/03/2021

The incident happened days after the murder of George Floyd by then-Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. According to the original complaint, officers were allegedly patrolling near 15th Avenue South and Lake Street on May 30, 2020. When officers reached the area of 14th Avenue South, they witnessed a group of people that allegedly dispersed upon seeing police. Police then got out of an unmarked white van, wearing full uniforms and Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) gear. Officers involved were assigned to deploy "non-lethal" rounds to "attempt to disperse crowds" as a curfew was in effect at the time.


Judge denies challenge to Missouri gun law :: 09/02/2021

A Cole County judge issued in favor of the Missouri government and denied a challenge to a law known as the Second Amendment Preservation Act that has strong ties to Christian County.


Biden DOJ Asks 4th Circuit For Redo In Gun Control Challenge :: 09/01/2021

When the Fourth Circuit ruled that age limits on gun sales were unconstitutional, many of us celebrated. After all, we agreed with the ruling. What was there for us to be upset with.


Federal Court Decision: Parts of Hawaii Gun Registration Law are Unconstitutional :: 08/31/2021

U.S.A.-( On 16 August 2021, in the United States District Court for the District of Hawaii, Judge J. Michael Seabright granted a motion for summary judgment for the plaintiffs. The two disputed parts of the State of Hawaii’s registration law are unconstitutional in violation of the Second Amendment.  From the decision:


FPC Files Lawsuit Challenging ‘Assault Weapons’ Ban in Cook County, Illinois :: 08/30/2021

CHICAGO, IL (August 27, 2021) — Today, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced a new federal Second Amendment lawsuit challenging the ban on so-called “assault weapons” in Cook County, Illinois. Case documents in Viramontes v. Cook County, Il. can be found at


Supreme Court Sets Date for Monumental Firearms Carry Case :: 08/30/2021

The U.S. Supreme Court has set Nov. 3 to consider an all-important case dealing with whether the Second Amendment protects the right of Americans to keep and bear arms outside the home.


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