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    Castle Doctrine vote in Pennsylvania today

    HB40 goes to house vote today. Call your rep.
    also next week HB 1043 HB 1044 HB 1045
    HB1043 establishes "illegal firearms transportation CZAR"
    HB 1044 would end preemption statute in Pa. This means that all jurisdictions would be able to make their own legislation regarding firearms. Now olnly the state can do it. If left to different municipalities we'd never know if we were breaking a state patchwork of laws when we carry. Cal reps to vote no on 1043 1044 and 1045.
    Call today, if not too late, to support Castle Doctrine HB 40

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    Fingers crossed for ya Cap......hope your state passes its Castle Doctrine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mojo View Post
    Fingers crossed for ya Cap......hope your state passes its Castle Doctrine!
    Thanks. Utimmer43 posted that it passed judiciary and comes to the full house. This is a law that clearly defines our ability to protect ourselves and loved ones. It's so much easier to follow the law when you know what the law actually is!

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