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2024 Bills – Pennsylvania General Assembly

PAGR Position

Bill #

Sponsor 

Location

Description

OPPOSE

HB 2206

Rep. Anthony Bellmon

FAILED House Floor vote: 101-100 (102 needed for passage)

Requires advanced reporting of firearms sales by FFLs and creates electronic database

OPPOSE

HB 1018


Rep. Jennifer O'Mara

Senate Judiciary

"Red Flag" Gun Confiscation

OPPOSE

HB 1081

Rep. Melissa Shusterman

House Judiciary

Raises age to purchase a semi-automatic rifle to 21

OPPOSE

HB 1117

Rep. Melissa Shusterman

House Judiciary

Prohibits possession, purchase, and transfer of armor piercing bullets

OPPOSE

HB 1121

Rep. Kristine Howard

House Judiciary

Voluntary gun buyback program

OPPOSE

HB 1157

Rep. Greg Scott

House Judiciary

Shortens window for mental health reporting

OPPOSE

HB 1176

Rep. Melissa Shusterman

House Judiciary

1 handgun a month purchase limit

OPPOSE

HB 1190

Rep. Melissa Shusterman

House Judiciary

Makes "3-D" Printed Firearms treated the same as standard firearms

OPPOSE

HB 1250

Rep. Stephen Kinsey

House Judiciary

Requires "Firearm Safety Certificate" and training to purchase a firearm & written test.

OPPOSE

HB 1298

Rep. Amen Brown

House Judiciary

Shot Tracking Technology Grant Program. $10 fee on firearm purchasers

OPPOSE

HB 1302

Rep. Jason Seigel

House Judiciary

Prohibits firearms in the Capitol

OPPOSE

HB 1357

Rep. Darisha Parker

House Judiciary

Raises state fee on firearms dealers from $2 to $6 and on purchasers from $3 to $10

OPPOSE

HB 154

Rep. Jason Ortitay

House Judiciary

Increases Protection from Abuse Order reporting to NICS

OPPOSE

HB 1563

Rep. Amen Brown

House Judiciary

Requires ID to enter gun show

OPPOSE

HB 1592

Rep. Kathleen Tomlinson

House Judiciary

Mandatory penalties for "illegal" possession of a firearm

OPPOSE

HB 1852

Rep. Chris Rabb

House Judiciary

Requires PSP to conduct annual inspections of FFL dealers, requires duty to report lost/stolen firearms.

OPPOSE

HB 1859

Rep. Tim Briggs

House Judiciary

Prohibits those convicted of certain "conspiracy" crimes from carrying a firearm.

OPPOSE

HB 217

Rep. MaryLouise Isaacson

House Judiciary

Allows local governments to craft their own firearms policy on local government property.

OPPOSE

HB 226

Rep. Darisha Parker

House Judiciary

Voluntary No Firearm Purchase List

SUPPORT

HB 227

Rep. Stephanie Borowicz

House Judiciary

Armed school guards

OPPOSE

HB 335

Rep. Benjamin Sanchez

FAILED House Floor vote: 101-100 (102 needed for passage)

Bump Stock Ban

OPPOSE

HB 336

Rep. Benjamin Sanchez

House Floor

"Assault Weapons" Ban

OPPOSE

HB 337

Rep. Benjamin Sanchez

House Judiciary

72 Hour Waiting Period for Firearm Purchases

OPPOSE

HB 338

Rep. Benjamin Sanchez

House Floor

72 Hour Window to report lost or stolen firearms

OPPOSE

HB 465

Rep. Stephen Kinsey

House Judiciary

Prohibits weapons at public demonstrations

OPPOSE

HB 483

Rep. Jared Solomon

House Judiciary

Gun Violence Task Force creation in certain counties

SUPPORT

HB 566

Rep. David Zimmerman

House Judiciary

Waive fee for LTCF for honorably discharged veterans or a person over 65 years old

OPPOSE

HB 596

Rep. Craig Williams

House Judiciary

Gun Violence Task Force creation

SUPPORT

HB 63

Rep. Abby Major

House Judiciary

Allows citizens to challenge ordinances, resolutions, rules, practices or other actions done by local governments contrary to the Second Amendment

OPPOSE

HB 690

Rep. Emily Kinkead

House Judiciary

Permit-to-Purchase

OPPOSE

HB 712

Rep. Perry Warren

House Judiciary

24 hour window to report lost/stolen firearms and creates civil liability for damages.

OPPOSE

HB 714

Rep. Perry Warren

Senate Judiciary

Universal Background Checks

OPPOSE

HB 731

Rep. Darisha Parker

House Floor

Storage requirements for long guns

OPPOSE

HB 737

Rep. Kevin Boyle

House Judiciary

Requires FFLs and employees to undergo a background check

OPPOSE

HB 738

Rep. Kevin Boyle

House Judiciary

Defines a "large capacity magazine" as being capable of accepting 15+ rounds of ammo or 5+ shotgun shells, prohibits sale/use/purchase/possession.

OPPOSE

HB 766

Rep. Darisha Parker

House Judiciary

Requires all firearm sales to be in front of FFL. Exempts familial transfers.

SUPPORT

HB 774

Rep. Perry Stambaugh

House Judiciary

Prohibits PSP from sharing any info relating to firearms purchases occuring in PA with any individual/entity including the federal government. Exempts criminal prosecutions where the info may be used as evidence.

OPPOSE

HB 776

Rep. Morgan Cephas

House Floor

Bans 3D printed firearms

OPPOSE

HB 777

Rep. Morgan Cephas

Senate Judiciary

Bans "Ghost Gun" parts

OPPOSE

HB 821

Rep. Jose Giral

House Judiciary

Voluntary Gun Buyback Program

OPPOSE

HB 831

Rep. Jason Dawkins

House Judiciary

Bail requirements for arrests for possession of illegal firearm/crime committed with illegal firearm

SUPPORT

HB 893

Rep. Barry Jozwiak

House Judiciary

Second Amendment Protection Act

OPPOSE

HB 898

Rep. Darisha Parker

House Judiciary

Raises sportsman's firearm permit age from 18 to 21. Raises possession/transport of firearms from 18 to 21. No purchases under the age of 21.

OPPOSE

HB 912

Rep. Melissa Shusterman

House Rules/House Judiciary

Prohibits firearms in court buildings

SUPPORT

SB 212

Sen. Doug Mastriano

Senate Judiciary

Prohibits law enforcement outside of PA from using the Firearms License Validation System to inquire about a PA LTCF

OPPOSE

SB 220

Sen. Vincent Hughes

Senate Judiciary

Imposes strict criminal and civil liability on persons who sell or transfer firearms.

OPPOSE

SB 281

Sen. Katie Muth

Senate Judiciary

Requires firearms safety training

OPPOSE

SB 427

Sen. Steve Santarsiero

Senate Judiciary

Storage requirements

OPPOSE

SB 431

Sen. Steve Santarsiero

Senate Judiciary

Storage requirements

OPPOSE

SB 457

Sen. Steve Santarsiero

Senate Judiciary

Storage requirements

OPPOSE

SB 461

Sen. Christine Tartaglione

Senate Judiciary

Requires reporting of lost or stolen guns

OPPOSE

SB 48

Sen. Vincent Hughes

Senate Judiciary

Treats 3D printed firearms and ghost guns same as standard firearms

OPPOSE

SB 49

Sen. Vincent Hughes

Senate Judiciary

Ban on 3D and ghost gun parts

OPPOSE

SB 53

Sen. Vincent Hughes

Senate Judiciary

Prohibits firearms in public recreation areas.

OPPOSE

SB 536

Sen. Lisa Boscola

Senate Judiciary

Requires firearms to be checked in and stored at municipal buildings

SUPPORT

SB 551

Sen. Doug Mastriano

Senate Judiciary

Nullification of unconstitutional federal laws

SUPPORT

SB 556

Sen. Cris Dush

Senate Judiciary

Prevents financial institutions from tracking 2nd Amendment activities

OPPOSE

SB 56

Sen. Vincent Hughes

Senate Judiciary

Requires a Firearms Safety or Training Course to get a LTCF

OPPOSE

SB 57

Sen. Vincent Hughes

Senate Judiciary

Expands criminal convications as disqualifying for firearms

OPPOSE

SB 60

Sen. Vincent Hughes

Senate Judiciary

Universal Background Checks

OPPOSE

SB 637

Sen. Amanda Cappelletti

Senate Judiciary

72 hour waiting period to purchase

OPPOSE

SB 641

Sen. John Kane

Senate Judiciary

Voluntary Do-Not-Sell Firearm Registry

OPPOSE

SB 65

Sen. Art Haywood

Senate Judiciary

Permit-to-Purchase

OPPOSE

SB 672

Sen. John Kane

Senate Judiciary

Prohibits sale or possession of "assault weapons" to anyone under 21 - exempts military

SUPPORT

SB 680

Sen. Michele Brooks

Senate Judiciary

Waives LTCF fee for active military and honorably discharged veterans

OPPOSE

SB 695

Sen. Jimmy Dillon

Senate Judiciary

Increase penalties for firearm straw purchasers

OPPOSE

SB 788

Sen. Frank Farry

Senate Judiciary

Mandatory jail time for illegal possession of firearm

OPPOSE

SB 908

Sen. Art Haywood

Senate Judiciary

Background checks to purchase ammunition

OPPOSE

SB 909

Sen. John Kane

Senate Judiciary

Requires ID for ammunition purchases