Philly City Controller calls for faster, less expensive approach to addressing gun violence

“The majority of this money is not being spent on the type of laser-focused programs that are shown to work,” Rebecca Rhynhart said.

A sanctuary from whom, exactly? | Editorial Cartoon

A north-central Pennsylvania lawmaker is pushing 'Second Amendment Sanctuaries.' Yes, that's actually a thing.
2nd Amendment Advocates Gather At The Rod Of Iron Freedom Festival

A Pa. lawmaker is supporting ‘Second Amendment Sanctuaries.’ What are they? How do they...

What started as a local resistance movement is gaining steam nationwide.

Philly homicides rose again in 2019; Blacks made up majority of the victims, data...

As of Dec. 27, 2019,  1,445 people were shot in the city, a 2.3 percent increase over last year at that time, according to city data.

How inaction in Harrisburg stalled a Philadelphia gun-control law until 2020

The General Assembly broke for the year without acting on a . bill authorizing 'Safe Haven' legislation, delaying any potential vote until 2020.

New report blames gerrymandering for stalled gun-safety bills

Most Pennsylvanians favor stricter gun laws, recent polling suggests, but efforts to advance gun safety legislation have languished in the Legislature.

‘These are the paint-by-numbers of firearms,’ AG Shapiro says as Pa. moves to crack...

The request for guidance came from the Pennsylvania State Police, which had been unsure how to treat the partially assembled weapons.

7 years and 180 school shootings later, anti-gun violence advocates honor Sandy Hook victims

“We stand together and commit to making a difference,” said local MOM’s Demand Action leader Shanna Danielson.

Montgomery County lawmaker moves to add mandatory minimum sentences to criminal justice bills 

Rep. Todd Stephens, R-Montgomery, may face opposition from criminal justice reform advocates, who say his proposal stand to drive up prison populations

With NYC gun case, Supremes may sidestep a major Second Amendment fight

It's billed as the biggest gun rights lawsuit in a decade. But the justices might opt to toss the case on procedural grounds, avoiding a major ruckus.