Pennsylvania State Senate votes 29 to 21 for Constitutional Carry, Next week the State House is expected to pass it

Nov 10, 2021 | Constitutional Carry

While Democrat Governor Tom Wolf will veto the bill when it reaches his desk, still on Tuesday, November 9th, the Constitutional Carry bill received the support of all 28 Republicans and one Democrat (Brewster) in the State Senate. The outcome of the governor’s race next year will determine if Pennsylvania becomes a Constitutional Carry state. A series of anti-gun amendments were defeated, with them picking up two other Democrat Senators (Tomlinson on all five votes and Flynn on four of them 350, 351, 353, 354, and 355).

Regular Session 2021-2022
Senate Bill 565

An Act amending Title 18 (Crimes and Offenses) of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes, in firearms and other dangerous articles, repealing provisions relating to firearms not to be carried without a license, providing for license not required, further providing for prohibited conduct during emergency, repealing provisions relating to carrying firearms on public streets or public property in Philadelphia, providing for sportsman’s firearm permit, further providing for licenses and repealing provisions relating to proof of license and exception.

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