On Jan. 11, five days before President Barack Obama unveiled 23 executive actions he intended to to take to reduce gun violence, Pennsylvania state Rep. Daryl Metcalfe (R) announced that he was working on a firearms measure of his own.
"I am currently having legislation drafted that is similar to firearm legislation recently introduced in Wyoming," Metcalfe wrote in a memorandum sent to his fellow House members. "My legislation would prohibit the enforcement of any new federal restriction, prohibition or registration requirement for firearms, magazines, and ammunition. My legislation would also require the state to intercede on behalf of Pennsylvania citizens against any federal attempt to register, ban or restrict the purchase or ownership of firearms and firearms accessories which are currently legal products."PERMALINK | COMMENTS (0) | RECOMMEND RECOMMEND (0)
According to an official in the Dale County, Ala. sheriff's department, the man who took a child hostage after shooting a bus driver on Tuesday is a "survivalist" with "anti-America" views.PERMALINK | COMMENTS (0) | RECOMMEND RECOMMEND (0)
The National Rifle Association's executive vice president, Wayne LaPierre, spoke Wednesday at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on gun safety. There, he came face to face with a number of Republican Senators who have benefited from his organization's spending in recent years.
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