On October 3rd 2018 the Pennsylvania Senate voted to pass a historic domestic violence firearm bill, HB2060, and send it to Governor Wolf’s desk. This is the first time in decades the Pennsylvania Legislature passed meaningful gun violence prevention legislation. HB2060 protected domestic violence victims by requiring that those served with a protection from abuse order relinquish their firearms within 60 days of the order being signed by a judge.

How did they vote?

Click here to look at the House vote.

Click here to look at the Senate vote.

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