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  1. #31
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    Default Re: Open Carry abolished in Pa?

    Quote Originally Posted by gnbrotz View Post
    Hypothetically, what would prevent the immediate issuance of a new proclamation by the governor?
    I doubt that would happen.

    Since the concurrent resolution of the General Assembly compels "Thereupon, the Governor shall issue an executive order or proclamation ending the state of disaster emergency." If he were to immediately re-proclaim a SoE for the same situation without any significant change in the nature or facts of the previous SoE, then I would think he would be in direct contravention of the plain intent of 35 PA CSA 7301(c) and he would have exceeded his authority.
    Last edited by tl_3237; August 5th, 2018 at 06:21 PM.
    IANAL

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    Default Re: Open Carry abolished in Pa?

    Has anyone been charged with carrying recently during this "state of emergency"?

    Has anyone OCing with a LTCF been recently questioned and asked to show their card?

    Are people in Falls being harassed by the OP's friends cop?

    And is hunting season cancelled!


    If not this is hypothetical BS.

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    Default Re: Open Carry abolished in Pa?

    Quote Originally Posted by Delkal View Post
    Has anyone been charged with carrying recently during this "state of emergency"?

    Has anyone OCing with a LTCF been recently questioned and asked to show their card?

    Are people in Falls being harassed by the OP's friends cop?

    And is hunting season cancelled!


    If not this is hypothetical BS.
    Other way around. This is official BS, even if people haven't been hypothetically charged under it.

    The fact you can be charged under it is what leads to selective enforcement and "it's all good, I wasn't charged." Even though the guy down the street was hammered on, but it didn't make the news.

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    Default Re: Open Carry abolished in Pa?

    butbutbut.... wolfie promised no one would be charged for it.
    it was all done so he can dodge due process in regards to funding. also to virtue signal. he wanted to join the other libterd govs in their circle jerk.
    someone should perform a forensic audit of transactions happening during these "emergencies"
    "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."

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    Default Re: Open Carry abolished in Pa?

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinR View Post
    Other way around. This is official BS, even if people haven't been hypothetically charged under it.

    The fact you can be charged under it is what leads to selective enforcement and "it's all good, I wasn't charged." Even though the guy down the street was hammered on, but it didn't make the news.
    Exactly. Every large company I have worked for has the same practice: A book full of policies, most of which are never enforced......until times get tight and they need to thin the ranks, then they ramp enforcement and can terminate folks "with cause" and avoid paying them unemployment.
    *Ruining it for everybody since 2007

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