Keystone State Anti-Gun Group at White House

Jan 09, 13 Keystone State Anti-Gun Group at White House

Posted by in Federal, State, Tom Corbett

According to reports, the Philadelphia-based CeaseFire PA was invited to the White House to share what kinds of gun control proposals they would like to see enacted at the federal level.

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Gun Shows Banned from State Property?

Jan 04, 13 Gun Shows Banned from State Property?

Posted by in State, Tom Corbett

The Associated Press reported that Gov. Tom Corbett is considering a ban on any gun shows on public property, but it appears to be a case of the press creating a story where there otherwise is none. Considering that the Governor recently made clear that gun bans are not on the table for the Commonwealth under his administration,...

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Gov. Tom Corbett on Gun Bans

Dec 20, 12 Gov. Tom Corbett on Gun Bans

Posted by in Federal, State, Tom Corbett

The press challenged Gov. Corbett to change his mind on banning legal firearms today, and he responded with a clear message that he doesn't see the answer to tragedies in gun bans.

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Gov. Corbett’s Independence Day Message

Jul 03, 11 Gov. Corbett’s Independence Day Message

Posted by in Tom Corbett

Gov. Tom Corbett released this message for Pennsylvanians as they celebrate our nation's birth this weekend. It's a thought-provoking message on the importance of human action in creating the free society we enjoy today.

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Castle Doctrine Lawmakers Celebrate

Based on the smiles on their faces and the speed of their social network updates, more than a few lawmakers were genuinely excited to see Gov. Tom Corbett sign the important self-defense bill into law. Here's a roundup of statements, tweets, and other posting by lawmakers who fought so hard to pass Castle Doctrine this year.

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Gov. Corbett Signs Castle Doctrine!

Governor Tom Corbett has signed Pennsylvania Castle Doctrine legislation into law. This common-sense measure permits law-abiding citizens to use force, including deadly force, against an attacker in their home and any place where they have a legal right to be.

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Responses to Castle Doctrine Passage

Since the Senate passed Castle Doctrine by a 45-5 vote this week, Gov. Tom Corbett's office has reiterated his support of the bill several times.  His spokesman told the media that he still plans to sign the legislation. Now anti-gun activists have started their attacks.

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Bucks County Legislative Grade Updates

Due to the delayed votes over Castle Doctrine in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives & Senate, the NRA magazines that landed in today’s mailboxes are incorrect. One very important race deserves attention from voters, and we’ve got updates on other races around the Bucks County area vital for gun owners. Rob...

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We Win!

The Second Amendment is now incorporated to cover state and local governments according to today’s opinion released in McDonald vs. Chicago. According to SCOTUS Blog, the decision has been released today, and we’ll have more details as the opinion is shared with the public. In the meantime, please take a few minutes to...

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Dan Onorato Now Blames Corbett for Signing Reciprocity Agreements

Jun 21, 10 Dan Onorato Now Blames Corbett for Signing Reciprocity Agreements

Posted by in Former Candidates, State, Tom Corbett

In 1995, the Pennsylvania General Assembly passed a law that gave the Attorney General a duty to seek out reciprocity agreements with other states for concealed carry licenses provided that certain provisions are met. Many states actually have a more stringent process that requires many hours of training from a limited number of...

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