AG Kathleen Kane has been quietly changing Pennsylvania’s concealed carry license reciprocity agreements with other states.
Many gun owners don’t participate in Pennsylvania’s judicial elections, but a recent opinion shows why their decisions have a huge impact on our rights.
After a ban on modern sporting rifles generated so much backlash that the traditional sportsmen’s show in Harrisburg had to be cancelled, local leaders started searching for a new vendor. Today, it was announced that NRA will host the show.
Record gun and ammunition sales in recent years mean more money flowing back into states for projects that benefit shooters and hunters.
The Attorney General has decided to take her gun control campaign to the national airwaves and claim that the Commonwealth’s citizens would happily accept new restrictions on their rights.
Just as promised on the campaign trail, Pennsylvania’s Attorney General, Kathleen Kane, is now “modifying” reciprocity agreements to restrict carry in the Keystone State. Pennsylvania residents who have Florida permits can keep them, but they will no longer be valid in Pennsylvania. More importantly, non-Florida non-residents with Florida licenses to carry can no longer carry…
Rep. Steve Santarsiero told folks in December that the continued ownership of semi-automatic rifles was a “loophole” that must be closed in Pennsylvania – in other words, confiscation. Now he has launched a new organization from Bucks County to push his agenda in Harrisburg.
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.
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…
State Rep. Greg Lucas announced that he’ll soon sponsor legislation allowing trained and licensed school personnel to carry firearms.
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.
In Pennsylvania, we’ve got the following reports from various politicians calling for more restrictions on law-abiding gun owners, both federal and local.
It seems like every election, we have at least one race right here in Pennsylvania that was determined by a razor-thin margin. Here is a look at the close races for gun owners.