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Pa. Republican lawmakers block assault-style gun ban for those under 21

 State House Republicans blocked a proposal to prevent those ages 18 to 21 from possessing assault-style rifles.

By Mark Scolforo/The Associated Press

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Would “red flag laws” reduce number of shootings?

Red Flag laws allow family members or law enforcement officials to prevent an individual from accessing a gun if they believe the person is in crisis.

By Scott LaMar

Will there be any new gun regulations passed?

Stephen Gutowski, founder of the Reload.com, discusses Red Flag Laws, universal background checks and raising the age to purchase a firearm.

By Jeremy Long

Pennsylvania voters overwhelmingly oppose dropping concealed-carry gun license rule

A majority of Pennsylvania voters oppose eliminating the state licensing requirement to carry a concealed weapon,

By Jan Murphy/PennLive

Philadelphia lost-gun reporting law ruled illegal by Pennsylvania court

A Philadelphia ordinance that requires gun owners to tell police when a firearm has been lost or stolen was ruled illegal by a state court,

By Mark Scolforo/The Associated Press
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