January 23, 2017

TTAG Dean Weingarten January 22, 2017 People exercising their right to keep and bear arms shouldn’t have to worry about whether or not they’re violating an obscure local ordinance when they cross a local boundary. That’s one reason every state has some form of firearms preemption law — some more protective than others. …

January 18, 2017

PennRecord Carrie Salls January 17, 2017 HARRISBURG – The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania reversed a ruling in December in which the Court of Common Pleas of Montgomery Count denied a motion for a preliminary injunction against an ordinance that prohibits the carrying or discharging of firearms in a park without …