Lawmakers in the Keystone State sent a bill to allow member organizations to represent gun owners in preemption litigation while allowing a measure to end a controversial hunting practice to expire.
The gun rights bill, an amendment to HB 80, an item of metal theft legislation, had passed the state Senate last week by wide margins. It allows groups such as the National Rifle Association to stand in for local citizens in challenging gun city and county control ordinances stronger than the state’s own laws in court.
The move sailed through the House in an easy 138-56 vote Monday, the last day of the two-year session.
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