It’s Been 175 Days Since the PA House Passed Two Bipartisan Gun Violence Prevention Bills; Advocates Decy “Not One Day More”
Final Passage of ERPO & Universal Background Check Legislation Marks Historic Progress for Safer Communities
Advocates hope the full House votes soon on these four bills, because lives are being lost every day.
Hundreds Rally at PA Capitol As First Gun Violence Prevention Hearing in a Decade Kickstarts Life-Saving Solutions
More than 400 Pennsylvanians gathered in Harrisburg at #MarchForOurLivesPA to push for life-saving solutions to a public health crisis that has only worsened in recent years.
The hearing will include survivors, public health experts, educators, law enforcement, and responsible gun owners. It coincides with the fifth anniversary of March for Our Lives, where hundreds are expected to gather in Harrisburg to push for gun safety laws.
Pennsylvanians are living through a slow-moving massacre. For the first time this session, the House Judiciary Committee is considering evidence-based solutions to this crisis. We urge them to support these solutions so a floor vote can happen and we can save lives.
Philadelphia’s budget includes $20 million in new funding for community groups leading violence reduction.
HARRISBURG, PA — On Tuesday morning, the Pennsylvania House Judiciary Committee voted to give two deadly pieces of pro-gun legislation a floor vote. H.B. 659 (Bernstine) and H.B. 979 (Dowling) were reported out of the Judiciary Committee…
To: House Judiciary Committee From: Adam Garber, CeaseFire Pennsylvania Executive Director RE: Vote No on House Bill 979 Punitive Preemption May 19, 2021 Dear Representative, On Tuesday the House Judiciary Committee will consider legislation (House Bill 979, Dowling)...