U.S. Supreme Court’s gun rights decision upends state restrictions | Analysis
Six states will have to rewrite their gun laws after a landmark Supreme Court ruling.
My family’s experience explains why mental health reform has to be part of the solution to mass shootings | Mark O’Keefe
While taking the guns out of the hands of the mentally ill who are dangerous would be a good start, actually helping those people deal with their problems would be the best course of action.
Ban assault weapons. Every last damn one of them. The answer is staring us in the face | John L. Micek
What do we now? Where do we go next? We know the answer. Now legislators need to summon the courage to finally act.
Here’s the price of our inaction on gun violence: More dead. More wounded. And no answers | John L. Micek
by the time you finish reading this, someone, somewhere, will have been shot with a gun in America. The data suggests they might die.
Four Pa. Republicans voted for a landmark gun control law in 1993. Now there’s just one yes vote. Here’s what that means
Despite increased pressure from Democrats and gun safety advocates, it’s far from certain that lawmakers will enact significant legislation.
Pa. Rep. Dwight Evans: Trump isn’t a ‘reliable’ partner on gun control
The Philadelphia Democrat says he hopes Congress can still get something done on gun control this fall. But the White House and Republicans need to help.
Red flag laws prevent gun suicides and mass shootings. Pa. needs this law now | Opinion
The simple truth is Red Flag laws keep dangerous individuals from causing bloodshed in our communities, schools and even in our own homes.
Not banning weapons of war? That’s an assault on common sense | John L. Micek
The United States banned these weapons for a decade, from 1994 to 2013. We need a new ban. And we need it now.
We have the momentum. Lawmakers have act now to fight gun violence | Opinion
Either in special session or as soon as we return in September, we need to immediately pass laws requiring universal background checks and implementing a “Red Flag” law giving family members and others the power to ask the courts to remove guns from people who may be a danger to themselves or others.
Gun violence is our national pathology. How do we cure it? | Editorial Cartoon
After Dayton and El Paso, where do we go next?
Here’s how Harrisburg can do its part to fight gun violence | Opinion
We must fight against the normalization of mass murder by renewed commitment to working together to enact meaningful change.
We have to keep fighting for these common-sense gun laws | Mary Gay Scanlon
Responsible gun ownership, supported by life-saving gun safety policy, is not an infringement on the 2nd Amendment.