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Castle Doctrine in Pa

Discussion in 'Activism' started by KevininPa, Dec 8, 2007.

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  1. KevininPa

    KevininPa Member

    May 18, 2007
    Lehigh Valley, Pa
    Castle Doctrine Bill before judiciary on Dec 11 in Pa:

    "PENNSYLVANIA: "Castle Doctrine" Bill Set to be Heard in House Judiciary Committee! On Tuesday, December 11, at 10:00 a.m. in Room G50 of the Irvis Office Building, the House Judiciary Committee is slated to hear House Bill 641, vital "Castle Doctrine" legislation. This bill would ensure that Pennsylvanians have the ability to defend themselves and their loved ones from violent attack without fear of criminal prosecution or civil action. Please contact the members of the House Judiciary Committee today and respectfully urge them to protect our right to self-defense by supporting HB 641. Contact information can be found by clicking here."

    Copied from NRA Alert. Contact your reps.
  2. FullEffect1911

    FullEffect1911 Member

    May 15, 2005
    Northeast PA
    Please let us know whether it will be moving on or not.
  3. Myself

    Myself Member

    Jan 17, 2004

    From: alerts@pafoa.org [mailto:alerts@pafoa.org]
    Sent: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 11:55 AM
    To: wcboggs
    Subject: [PAFOA Update] House Bill 641. Pulled from consideration by Judiciary Committe

    Representative Caltagirone, head of the House Judiciary Committee gave in to pressure from certain Democratic members of the House yesterday and opted to pull HB641 from consideration by the committee today as previously reported.

    From the reports we've heard it appears as though the usual suspects from Philadelphia involved in constantly trying to infringe on our right to keep and bear arms have thrown yet another temper tantrum and threatened to take their ball and go home if this legislation was considered.

    The good news is that it appears Representative Cappelli is attempting to force the issue by adding HB641 as an amendment to Senate Bill 436 in an attempt to have the bill debated.

    Please see Representative Cappelli's website for in depth information on his actions regarding this bill:


    It is important now that firearm owners do two things:

    1) Contact your representatives and politely, but strongly voice your support for HB641. If you do not know who your representatives are you can find our by visiting:


    2) Contact Representative Caltagirone's office and politely voice your extreme displeasure with his capitulation to the minority members of the House by withdrawing HB641 from consideration. His contact information is as follows:

    106 Irvis Office Building
    PO Box 202127
    Harrisburg, PA 17120-2127
    (717) 787-3525
    Fax: (717) 772-5401

    As always this issue can be discussed on our message boards at:

    http://www.pafoa.org/forum/alerts-13...-doctrine.html ([PAFOA Alert] Judiciary Committe Action: HB 641 (Castle Doctrine))
  4. Michael Thomson

    Michael Thomson Member

    Apr 27, 2007
    Pennsylvania’s “Castle Doctrine” Bill Postponed Until Next Year

    on hold until next year apparently


    Pennsylvania’s “Castle Doctrine” Bill Postponed Until Next Year

    Thursday, December 13, 2007

    On Tuesday, December 11, "Castle Doctrine" legislation, House Bill 641, introduced by State Representative Steven Cappelli (R-83), was scheduled to be heard by the House Judiciary Committee.

    The legislation has been tabled and will not be heard until next year. HB641 will ensure that law-abiding Pennsylvanians have the ability to protect themselves and loved ones without the fear of criminal prosecution or civil action.

    Please continue checking your email and our website: www.NRAILA.org for any updates.
  5. Javelin

    Javelin Member

    Dec 8, 2007
    Castle Doctrine... sounds mideavil. I like it.

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