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    Pennsylvania now is considering 4 bills, three of which are anti. Castle Doctrine in the house judiciary committee, assault weapon ban, establishment of a illegal gun czar which could turn out to be the nightmare that Maryland has, and the elimination of uniform firearm laws in the commonwealth otherwise known as preemption, all currently in the house judiciary committee which has a majority of democrats.

    This according to an NRA legislation bulletin.

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    c45man wrote:
    Pennsylvania now is considering 4 bills, three of which are anti. Castle Doctrine in the house judiciary committee, assault weapon ban, establishment of a illegal gun czar which could turn out to be the nightmare that Maryland has, and the elimination of uniform firearm laws in the commonwealth otherwise known as preemption, all currently in the house judiciary committee which has a majority of democrats.

    This according to an NRA legislation bulletin.
    If they have any damn sense, they better let these bills die.
    "Let your gun be your constant companion during your walks" ~Thomas Jefferson

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    well, they vote on it tomorrow, so call and email right now.
    Givin' up the tactical advantage since 2008.

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    Two anti-gun proposals defeated. The elimination of the preemption laws and the illegalization of AK47s exclusively. The house committee did pass the castle doctrine proposal. There are two anti-gun zealots on the committee from Delaware County. Greg Vitale and Bryan Lentz. Lentz is running for U.S. Congress against republican Bill Meehan. Lentz and Vitale, like the anti-gun lapdogs they are, no doubt voted for the two anti proposals. As far as the Castle Doctrine is concerned, it may get through the rest of the house and no doubt the Republican Senate. The problem is the lame duck stooge eddie rendell.

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