The brief is supporting gun owners who had their constitutional right to keep and bear arms violated by Section 302 of the Pennsylvania Mental Health Procedures Act (MHPA).
At issue was whether someone’s carrying of a firearm could be used as suspicion of criminal conduct, and justification for police to conduct a “stop-and-frisk” of the gun owner.
According to police, a 17-year-old male juvenile resident knew the would-be intruder from “previous encounters” and knew the intruder possessed a firearm.
The title tells you everything you need to know it’s known as the Firearms Registration Act. This governmental cash grab will cost $10 per-gun and gun owners will have to go through another background
HB0768, known as the Firearms Registration Act, would require gun owners in the Keystone State to register firearms with the Pennsylvania State Police.
A captive deer that has tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) will require Disease Management Area 3 (DMA 3) to expand into Pennsylvania’s elk range.
Too few landowners gave permission, Game Commission will continue work to educate public about CWD.
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The final proposal ignores existing state laws and would empower law enforcement to search for and confiscate an individual’s firearms without due process.
Hunters during the third day of Pennsylvania’s statewide bear season harvested 211 bears, raising the three-day total to 1,833 – a 12 percent increase.
Nearly 100 lucky participants in Pennsylvania’s 2018 elk hunt have taken home a trophy.
Bob Casey’s betrayal of law-abiding gun owners after the Sandy Hook shooting has left some bad blood, but Second Amendment supports can have the last word on November 6.
The statewide pheasant season opens Saturday October 20th, 2018, and it promises to be a memorable one for hunters statewide.
While hunting opportunities exist throughout the year in Pennsylvania, and some fall hunting seasons already are underway, the majority of seasons are entering their stretch runs toward opening day.
Mr. Holloway had his Second Amendment rights removed after being convicted of driving under the influence. The Holloway case is another step in the process of restoring Second Amendment rights.
Danger, the Republican leadership in the Pennsylvania State House is playing right into the hands of the anti-rights Democrats on this vote for Extreme Risk Protection Orders.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission again has installed a camera on State Game Lands 311 in Elk County, in a field that typically is a hub of elk activity as the bugling season heats up.
The Second Amendment Foundation has filed a lawsuit in federal court on behalf of the owner of a local gun club in western Pennsylvania against Robinson Township and its zoning officer.
The recent identification of the longhorned tick in multiple states throughout the eastern United States suggests that it is likely established.
This has nothing to do with “commonsense gun safety” and everything to do with control. “We don’t trust you with knowledge. Best leave that to us.”
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today gave final approval to allow mourning dove hunting in managed dove fields, areas where grain or other agricultural or natural food has been scattered
The Game Commission again is seeking help from the public in surveying wild turkeys in August to get a handle on production statewide.
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners reaffirmed its support of legislative action that would allow for expanded Sunday hunting opportunities.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced the change Monday after his office determined Virginia’s background check system falls short..