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Pennsylvania: Rules on reporting stolen guns could soon cost cities some money
 
Posted on February 9, 2012
 
State lawmakers are poised to advance a bill that could financially punish cities that require the timely reporting of lost or stolen firearms.
House Bill 1523's sponsors say it's an issue of governance: Municipalities cannot adopt ordinances that supersede state laws. Forty eight municipalities statewide including Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Allentown, Reading, Lancaster and Erie have local laws requiring the timely reporting of lost or stolen guns, or have passed resolutions asking the state to do so, even though state lawmakers in 2008 rejected such a proposal.

Read the article: Philadelphia Daily News
 
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