Monthly Archives: January 2013

With Complement Down More Than 480, Governor’s Budget To Fund Three Cadet Classes

January 30, 2013

Governor Corbett Announces Funding for Three New State Police Classes
Moon Township – Governor Tom Corbett today announced that his 2013-14 budget will provide funding for three new classes of cadets for the Pennsylvania State Police. Continue reading

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FULL LIST: Guns that would be banned under proposal.

The bill promises to stop the 1) sale, 2) transfer, 3) importation and 4) manufacturing of military-style assault weapons, handguns, and shotguns as well as high-capacity ammunition feeding devices. It also allegedly calls for a ban on all weapons capable of holding a magazine with a greater than 10 round capacity (which includes many standard issue police handguns).

Democrats reintroduce assault weapons ban

USA TODAY-17 hours ago
FULL LIST: Guns that would be banned under proposal. Feinstein said changes had been made in the new version to reflect lessons learned
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Guns that would be banned

Below are the types of firearms that would be prohibited under the bill introduced by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif. Continue reading

Pension Reform Update
On November 26, Governor Corbett’s Budget Office released a report about Pennsylvania’s statewide public pension systems, including SERS. Continue reading

Biggest Outdoor Sports Show In Nation Postponed

NRA boycott kills outdoors show that banned assault weapons

January 24, 2013 | 2:24 pm | Modified: January 24, 2013 at 2:25 pm

Paul Bedard  The Washington Examiner

A massive boycott backed by the NRA and outdoorsmen and women outraged that the nation’s largest outdoors show banned the exhibition of assault weapons has caused the show’s organizers to abruptly cancel the week-long event in Harrisburg, Pa.

The successful boycott, started by the website mynortheastoutdoors.com, was the biggest demonstration of support by the outdoors industry yet against gun control efforts being pushed in Washington and in several states. Continue reading

Collin County [Texas] Sheriff Won’t Enforce Gun Laws That He Says Violate Constitution

Sheriff says in a statement he, nor deputies, will enforce laws that violate the constitution

By Kevin Cokely
Tuesday, Jan 22, 2013  |  Updated 8:07 AM CST

Collin County Sheriff Terry Box says he, nor his deputies, will enforce unconstitutional gun laws put in place by whom he calls misguided politicians. Continue reading

Missouri Sheriffs Pledge To Not Enforce Obama’s Gun Control Laws

January 21, 2013 3:59 PM

JOHNSON COUNTY, Mo (KMOX) – As President Barack Obama continues to push gun control proposals in Washington D.C., Sheriff Charles M. Heiss, R-Johnson County is asking fellow law enforcers to sign and send this letter to the president. Continue reading

Goofball New York legislators forget to exempt the police

Human Events-22 hours ago

It only took about a month for New York’s gun-grabbing, Andrew Cuomo, bans all magazines that hold more than seven bullets and pre-1994 high capacity Graf — a former New York City police officer and the ranking Continue reading

Trooper: Coaldale made a big mistake

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

CHRIS PARKER/TIMES NEWS

By CHRIS PARKER cparker@tnonline.com

A state trooper warned Coaldale Borough Council Tuesday that by getting rid of its full-time police department, it risks ending up like the notoriously crime-ridden city of Hazleton. Continue reading

2013 PSP/NJSP/NYSP Bridge Dinner Fundraiser

BridgeDinner 2013