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Pennsylvania: Harrisburg stands firm on gun regulations despite threat of lawsuit

Friday, January 2, 2015

A showdown over firearms ordinances in the city of Harrisburg has begun. Four Pennsylvania gun owner groups have notified Harrisburg they plan to sue the cash-strapped capital city under a controversial new state law that gives them standing to challenge the existence of local gun ordinances.

Read the complete article: The Patriot-News


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