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  1. #31
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    Default Re: FOAC Alert: TODAY Tell PA Senate Vote YES SB531 Strengthen Preemption

    Should we be telling the anti's, if you want to change the Constitution, join the Convention of States? Will it be in our favor?

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    Default Re: FOAC Alert: TODAY Tell PA Senate Vote YES SB531 Strengthen Preemption

    Anybody have results?

    Quote Originally Posted by alpacaheat View Post
    I found 7 Yeas and 4 Nays

    https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs...RollCallId=121

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    Default Re: FOAC Alert: TODAY Tell PA Senate Vote YES SB531 Strengthen Preemption

    Quote Originally Posted by eagleclaw View Post
    Thanks for that, so it looks like it was just in committee and it's not out on the floor just yet? What's it take to get it past committee, will simple majority do or does it need more?
    Sorry but I'm all out of pity right now, please try later.

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    Default Re: FOAC Alert: TODAY Tell PA Senate Vote YES SB531 Strengthen Preemption

    Quote Originally Posted by eagleclaw View Post
    Thanks...was looking at regular session vote, not committee. My guy Regan was a YEA. He'll be at the Rally most likely.
    Psalms 73:26

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    Default Re: FOAC Alert: TODAY Tell PA Senate Vote YES SB531 Strengthen Preemption

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    Thanks for that, so it looks like it was just in committee and it's not out on the floor just yet? What's it take to get it past committee, will simple majority do or does it need more?
    A massive bribe, AKA the Bloomberg treatment.

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    Default Re: FOAC Alert: TODAY Tell PA Senate Vote YES SB531 Strengthen Preemption

    Quote Originally Posted by Hodgie View Post
    A massive bribe, AKA the Bloomberg treatment.
    BAH! NRA reports that it's passed committee and headed to the floor for a vote.
    Sorry but I'm all out of pity right now, please try later.

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    Default Re: FOAC Alert: TODAY Tell PA Senate Vote YES SB531 Strengthen Preemption

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    BAH! NRA reports that it's passed committee and headed to the floor for a vote.
    Yeah I just saw that E-mail as well. This should be a slam dunk in the Senate but like everything else nothing make sense anymore and it could easily go sideways.

    I'm sure Wolf won't be jumping on board.

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    Default Re: FOAC Alert: TODAY Tell PA Senate Vote YES SB531 Strengthen Preemption

    Nice to see the NRA-ILA is on it. Good for them.

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    Default Re: FOAC Alert: TODAY Tell PA Senate Vote YES SB531 Strengthen Preemption

    I just received GOA email for this bill.
    Ultimately the email points to this link for contacting your PA lawmakers:
    https://gunowners.org/paalert5119/

    Hold Cities and Municipalities Financially Responsible for Breaking the Law

    The recent actions of the Pittsburgh Mayor and City Council are designed to destroy your Second Amendment rights through violating Pennsylvania’s firearms preemption law.

    This is part of Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto’s strategy to bankrupt law-abiding citizens who are victimized by these illegal ordinances using tax dollars and outside money provided by Michael Bloomberg and Everytown USA.

    And make no mistake about it, Mayor Peduto wants every municipality in Pennsylvania and the United States to make their own gun control ordinances.

    He is travelling throughout the country to encourage other cities to attempt similar end-runs around your Constitutional rights.

    However, PA State Senator Wayne Langerholc (R-35) introduced SB 531 to strengthen Pennsylvania’s preemption law and put a stop to this madness.

    This bill provides law-abiding citizens the ability to recover damages, reasonable attorney fees, and costs if a court finds that a local ordinance violates the state firearms preemption law (Title 18 §6120).

    SB 531 holds elected officials accountable for breaking the law and stops their financial “war of attrition” against law-abiding gun owners.

    So please urge your state senator and representative (above) to support “Strengthening Preemption” — SB 531!
    Fill out the form on that page to find your specific lawmakers and send them an email.
    --ET

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    Default Re: FOAC Alert: TODAY Tell PA Senate Vote YES SB531 Strengthen Preemption

    I just got that in my inbox too. I emailed Senator Regan and thanked him for his yes vote.

    https://www.nraila.org/articles/2019...on-legislation
    Psalms 73:26

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