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Pennsylvania: Borough of West Mifflin to Consider “Lost or Stolen” Ordinance Tomorrow Night!

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Please Stand Up and Make Your Voice Heard!

Tomorrow evening at 6:00 p.m. the Borough Council of West Mifflin will consider a proposal that would require gun-owners to report lost or stolen firearms within a 72-hour period or face fines and possible imprisonment. 

This law would not only violate Pennsylvania’s state preemption laws, but would also turn law-abiding gun owners, who have already been victimized by theft, into criminals.

Tomorrow’s meeting will be held on the second floor of the West Mifflin Municipal Building located at 3000 Lebanon Church Road in West Mifflin.

Please contact the members of the Borough Council of West Mifflin TODAY and respectfully urge them to oppose this unwarranted, unjust and illegal ordinance.  Contact information can be found below.  If you are able, please attend tomorrow’s meeting to show your support for the Second Amendment and, if possible, speak against this ill-conceived proposal.

William F. Welsh, President
412-466-8035
412-466-8170

Arlene F. Jabbour, Vice President
412-466-
4450
412-466-8170

Joseph B. Falce
412-
466-5778
412-466-8170

John T. Munsie
412-462-8348
412-466-8170


Richard D. Olasz
412-
462-6533
412-466-8170


Rhonda Popovich
412-461-9119
412-466-8170

Regis L. Stephenson
412-
461-5157
412-466-8170

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