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URGENT: Pennsylvania House Judiciary Committee Scheduled to Vote on “Lost or Stolen” Legislation!

Monday, June 25, 2007

Please Contact the Members of the House Judiciary Committee TODAY!

House Bill 29, Pennsylvania’s "Lost or Stolen Firearms” Legislation, introduced by State Representative Jewell Williams (D-197), could be voted on by the House Judiciary Committee as early as tomorrow, Tuesday, June 26.  

The proposal would make it a crime to fail to report the loss or theft of a firearm to police within 24 hours of discovering the firearm missing.   

It is imperative that you contact the members of the House Judiciary Committee TODAY to strongly encourage them to OPPOSE HB 29!

Member of the House Judiciary Committee are listed below:

State Representative Thomas R. Caltagirone (D-127), Chairman
(717) 787-3525

State Representative Daylin Leach (D-149), Secretary
(717) 783-9114 

State Representative Kathy Manderino (D-194)
(717) 787-1254 

State Representative John E. Pallone (D-54)
(717) 783-1819 

State Representative Don Walko (D-20)
(717) 787-5470 

State Representative Ron Marsico (R-105), Chairman
(717) 783-2014 

State Representative Lisa Bennington (D-21)
(717) 705-7011 

State Representative Dan Frankel (D-23)
(717) 705-1875 

State Representative Harold James (D-186)
(717) 787-9477 

State Representative Deberah Kula (D-52)
(717) 772-1858 

State Representative Bryan R. Lentz (D-161)
(717) 787-8574 

State Representative Joseph A. Petrarca (D-55)
(717) 787-5142 

State Representative Sean M. Ramaley (D-16)
(717) 787-4444 

State Representative Greg Vitali (D-16)
(717) 705-2089 

State Representative Chelsa Wagner (D-22)
(717) 783-1582 

State Representative Jesse White (D-46)
(717) 783-6437 

State Representative Jewell Williams (D-197)
(717) 772-2004 

State Representative Tom C. Creighton (R-37)
(717) 772-5290 

State Representative Craig A. Dally (R-138)
(717) 783-8573 

State Representative John R. Evans (R-5)
(717) 772-9940 

State Representative Will Gabig (R-199)
(717) 772-2280 

State Representative Glen R. Grell (R-87)
(717) 783-2063 

State Representative Kate Harper (R-61)
(717) 787-2801 

State Representative Beverly Mackereth (R-196)
(717) 783-2655 

State Representative Carl W. Mantz (R-187)
(717) 787-3017 

State Representative Bernie O'Neill (R-29)
(717) 705-7170 

State Representative Tina Pickett (R-110)
(717) 783-8238 

State Representative Todd Rock (R-90)
(717) 783-5218 

State Representative Katie True (R-41)
(717) 705-7161

 

To find further contact information or help identifying your legislators
please use the
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