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Tuesday, May 21, 2024 | Back issues
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Gun regulations

HARRISBURG, Pa. — The political action committee Firearm Owners Against Crime and three of its members have standing to sue the city of Harrisburg over four ordinances regulating firearms, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled. The city argued that any harm to the plaintiffs’ caused by the regulations are “hypothetical,” but they are “aggrieved” by the ordinances because they must comply with them and forfeit their right to bear arms or risk criminal prosecution.

Read the opinion here.

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