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PA Bill Number: HB303

Title: In firearms and other dangerous articles, further providing for firearms not to be carried without a license.

Description: In firearms and other dangerous articles, further providing for firearms not to be carried without a license. ...

Last Action: Referred to JUDICIARY

Last Action Date: Sep 13, 2019

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Jay Dobyns claimed victory Tuesday following an order in his favor by the United States Court of Federal Claims, the retired Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agent announced in a news release on his website. The decision marks a legal resolution for a bizarre and outrageous personal nightmare that included death threats against the agent and his family and the arson of his home, and resulted in his having to take the government on in court.


Gun Owners of America Defending the Second Amendment in Court :: 09/16/2014

Washington, DC --( Gun Owners of America submitted a vital amicus brief in Heller v. DC on Tuesday — in a case that is otherwise known as Heller III.  This case has national implications, as the courts continue to chip away at the Second Amendment and the DC v. Heller decision from 2008.


New Hope for Philly Mom Arrested for Licensed Gun :: 09/16/2014

A Philadelphia mother who was arrested for carrying a legally-owned gun in the wrong state says she now has renewed hope. The prosecutor who initially punished her is now taking another look at her case.


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Gun-rights advocates will appeal a federal judge's decision upholding a Maryland state law banning certain assault-style weapons and ammunition magazines.


Wife of slain Plymouth police Officer Brad Fox, Brady Center file lawsuit against Jeffersonville gun shop :: 09/12/2014

The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence announced the filing of a lawsuit on behalf of Lynsay Fox — the wife of slain Plymouth police Officer Brad Fox — against In Site Firearms and Law Enforcement Supplies Sept. 8 in Philadelphia.


Reese family files motion to vacate felony convictions :: 09/10/2014

Defendants in the case of United States vs. Rick, Terri and Ryin Reese filed a joint motion Monday in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Mexico "to Vacate Felony Conviction, or in the alternative, Motion for Variance."


Indiana Man Convicted of Felony After Shooting Intruder :: 09/09/2014

A Portland, Indiana man has been found guilty on the charge of criminal recklessness resulting in serious bodily injury. That's a felony which carries an 18 month prison sentence with it.


Vice principal arrested for concealed carry at school seeks lawsuit :: 09/09/2014

Following the arrest and quick release last week of Tevis Junior High School Vice Principal Kent Williams, the administrator is now planning to seek justice in the civil courts.


ABA Report on Stand Your Ground Laws: FUD, Flaws and Failure :: 09/08/2014

The American Bar Association (ABA) has come out with a startling, indeed groundbreaking white paper: American Bar Association National Task Force on Stand Your Ground Laws Preliminary Report and Recommendations (which oddly enough is titled "GunReport.pdf" on their website). This report is startling for displaying just how ignorant and uninformed a ostensibly select group of lawyers can be.


D.C. needs more time to prepare for legal carrying of guns :: 09/08/2014

The D.C. attorney general's office has asked U.S. District Judge Frederick J. Scullin Jr. to reconsider or at least stay his order that could make it legal for people to carry guns on our city's streets. The judge has signaled a reluctance to do so, but to deny the request would be deeply irresponsible, force hasty lawmaking on a complex, sensitive public safety issue and put lives at risk.


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Charges dismissed for gun rights advocate :: 08/30/2014

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For a brief time, concealed carry permit holders could exercise their Second Amendment rights by bringing their firearms into Washington D.C.; a right that was previously denied until the Palmer decision. Granted, if you were a D.C. resident, you had to have the gun registered. For outsiders, you couldn't open carry your rifles or shotguns, and your handgun couldn't have a magazine with more than ten-rounds.


Federal Judge (LA.) Strikes Down Ban on guns in places that sell alcohol on 2nd Amendment grounds :: 08/25/2014

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