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Pennsylvania House Democrats Advance ‘Assault Weapons’ Ban

via Marksman TV
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Pennsylvania House Democrats advanced gun control legislation, including an “assault weapons” ban, prohibition of non-serialized gun parts, restrictions on accelerated trigger activators, and regulations for 3D-printed firearms.

These bills were approved in the House Judiciary committee but face challenges in the Republican-controlled Senate.

The even split in the House limits the potential for these measures to gain traction, and the lack of Republican support further hinders their progress in the Senate.

“Until a special election is held in February, the House partisan divide is deadlocked at 101-101. They can pass bills in committee where they have stacked the vote, but few of these bad ideas gain traction on the floor,” the NRA-ILA stated.

“In addition, the partisan bills haven’t generated any interest in the Republican-controlled Senate. There is not a single Republican sponsor on any of these bills.”

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