Here’s a preview of what issues will be big for gun owners in 2010. The state of gun rights is generally strong, but how long it remains that way is up to you.
A Brady Campaign representative also working for Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun mayor’s group is touring the state encouraging towns to pass illegal ordinances.
Bloomberg’s group of mayors – which still boasts more than 80 mayors in Pennsylvania – finds support for their effort to undo state preemption lacking in a new poll.
Gov. Ed Rendell’s appointee to lead the State Police, Commissioner Frank Pawlowski, is working with NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s anti-gun coalition to promote gun control.
Here’s an update on the facts, figures, and names as more mayors begin to leave Michael Bloomberg’s group. We’ve convinced about 15% of Bloomberg’s group to leave, but there is much progress yet to be made.
A roar of protest is spreading among Pennsylvania mayors who are rejecting New York City-style gun control and leaving Mayor Bloomberg’s anti-gun group. Be part of the action in your backyard.
Since our call to action to reduce the reach of NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun initiative in Pennsylvania, we have at least one positive change to the list.
The biggest issue for most Pennsylvanians looking to call for their mayors to leave the coalition will be convincing them that Mayor Bloomberg is a political liability. Here are tips you can follow.
Voters will cast their ballots in local elections come November, and that has us thinking about gun rights at the local level. Take a look at the influence of New York City’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg in the Keystone State.
Is your mayor taking a stand against gun owners with concealed carry permits? Find out in this list of area mayors who joined NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg.