Episode 10: Pennsylvania and US Firearm Law and Pending Legislation

 

In Episode 10, we interview attorney Joshua Prince on what “open carry” means, where you can open carry, what to do when stopped by a police officer if you are open or concealed carrying, and other laws. Also, Tom Campione from Pennsylvanians for Self Protection updates us on pending firearm legislation here in the Commonwealth.

To contact Ronald Marsico, the Majority Chair of the House Judiciary Committee, regarding HB 718, which applies to transportation for lawful purposes,  HB 45, which adds a disparity of force provision to current self-defense laws, and HB 783,  which strengthens the penalty for storing information on firearm purchases, click here…http://www.ronmarsico.com/Contact.aspx

To contact Stewart Greenleaf, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, regarding SB 74, which allows for application for LTCF in an adjacent county, and SB 357, the bill to nullify all new, unconstitutional, federal laws regarding firearms, click here…http://www.senatorgreenleaf.com/contact-me/

See Joshua’s bio and contact page here…http://www.princelaw.com/Attorneys/Joshua-Prince-Bio.shtml  Follow Joshua’s work regarding Act 192 and other legal issues here…http://blog.princelaw.com/ You may contact the firm to donate to Joshua’s pro bono work spent ensuring that Act 192 is obeyed by the municipalities of the Commonwealth. Also, view the Firearms Industry Consulting Group website here…http://firearmsindustryconsultinggroup.com/

Tom Campione is with the Lehigh Valley Tea Party Second Amendment Committee and Pennsylvanians for Self Protection. View the website for the Lehigh Valley Tea Party Second Amendment Committee here…http://www.2a-lvtp.org/  and the website for Pennsylvanians for Self Protection here…http://www.pa4sp.org/

The Pennsylvania Constitution states, “The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State shall not be questioned.

The US Constitution states, “A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

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