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    Default Reading The Tea Leaves: The Effect of SCOTUS’ Bruen Decision On PA’s Firearm Laws

    If you're curious what the Bruen decision holds in relation to the future of Pennsylvania's firearm laws, I break it down for you - https://blog.princelaw.com/2022/06/2...-firearm-laws/
    Joshua Prince, Esq. - Firearms Industry Consulting Group - www.PaFirearmsLawyer.com

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    Default Re: Reading The Tea Leaves: The Effect of SCOTUS’ Bruen Decision On PA’s Firearm Laws

    Alright...when is the first Times Square OC Meet and Greet?
    Junior

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    Default Re: Reading The Tea Leaves: The Effect of SCOTUS’ Bruen Decision On PA’s Firearm Laws

    Interesting points. Thanks for authoring.

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    Default Re: Reading The Tea Leaves: The Effect of SCOTUS’ Bruen Decision On PA’s Firearm Laws

    Quote Originally Posted by SigForLife View Post
    If you're curious what the Bruen decision holds in relation to the future of Pennsylvania's firearm laws, I break it down for you - https://blog.princelaw.com/2022/06/2...-firearm-laws/
    Thanks for the link and article---I especially like this point:

    "I also suspect that the ban on carrying firearms in the City of Philadelphia, in the absence of a license to carry (see, 18 Pa.C.S. 6108), will be struck down as unconstitutional, especially in light of the Court*s statement that *there is no historical basis for New York to effectively declare the island of Manhattan a *sensitive place* simply because it is crowded and protected generally by the New York City Police Department.* This is no different than Philadelphia being treated differently and we are currently challenging Section 6108 in the two prior cases I mentioned."
    "I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery." Thomas Jefferson

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    Default Re: Reading The Tea Leaves: The Effect of SCOTUS’ Bruen Decision On PA’s Firearm Laws

    Good read that you wrote.
    Thanks.

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    Default Re: Reading The Tea Leaves: The Effect of SCOTUS’ Bruen Decision On PA’s Firearm Laws

    A challenge to PA 6108 should have some standing. They specifically address laws that are stricter in denser populated area, versus rural area, not being constitutional. The 14th Amendment requires that all state laws apply equally to everyone within the state.
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    Default Re: Reading The Tea Leaves: The Effect of SCOTUS’ Bruen Decision On PA’s Firearm Laws

    In other news, Pittsburgh is appealing that nonsense ruling that says they can't enact their own gun laws.
    I called to check my ZIP CODE!....DY-NO-MITE!!!

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    Default Re: Reading The Tea Leaves: The Effect of SCOTUS’ Bruen Decision On PA’s Firearm Laws

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    In other news, Pittsburgh is appealing that nonsense ruling that says they can't enact their own gun laws.
    Good for them! I'm sure there will no longer be any news stories about the daily multiple shootings in da hoods surrounding the city, once they pass their own laws.
    Now the police can spend more time writing citations to truck drivers who have to drift their trailer into the bicycle lanes when trying to swing wide to make a turn. 😄
    Yes, drivers have told me that this happens.

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    Default Re: Reading The Tea Leaves: The Effect of SCOTUS’ Bruen Decision On PA’s Firearm Laws

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    In other news, Pittsburgh is appealing that nonsense ruling that says they can't enact their own gun laws.
    Too bad Pittsburgh is a second class city. Low T reprobates.
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