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Old 01-12-2015, 14:04   #1
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Pennsylvania Law Expands Gun Rights

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Pennsylvania Law Expands Gun Rights
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A new law in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania is good news for gun rights activists.

That law makes it easier for opponents of gun control to challenge unconstitutional gun rights restrictions in local municipalities. As a result, almost two dozen Pennsylvania towns and cities have decided to abandon their gun control ordinances rather than face the time and expense of litigation.

In a nutshell: the good guys are winning.

Joshua Prince is an attorney for four pro-gun groups. He has put almost 100 Pennsylvania municipalities on notice that he will file suit unless they dropped their gun control laws.

In response, 22 of those municipalities have repealed those laws or stated that they plan to do so, according to Prince.

Under a new law, Pennsylvania residents do not have to prove that they have been harmed by a local gun control law to challenge it. Also, so-called “membership organizations” like the National Rifle Association (NRA) can sue on behalf of individuals are citizens of the commonwealth.
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