Jun 25, 2015

Major Blow for Gun Rights Groups in Pennsylvania | TheBlaze.com

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) -- A court ruling striking down a Pennsylvania law that made it easier for gun-rights advocates like the National Rifle Association to challenge local gun ordinances is drawing strong reaction from both sides of the issue. A spokesman for Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter...

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