Chris Eger for Guns.com reports:
A controversial Pennsylvania bill signed by Gov. Tom Corbett (R) last year which allows third parties to sue municipalities over local gun codes stronger than the state’s was overturned Thursday.
The measure, backed by gun rights groups, squeaked through the state legislature as an amendment to a metal theft bill. As state Dems and gun control groups rallied to block the implementation of the new law and State Attorney Gen. Kathleen Kane announced she would not defend it, Second Amendment groups launched a volley of lawsuits under its protections against municipalities whose laws were brought under scrutiny.
However, a state court this week may have thrown a monkey wrench into the suits against the cities by finding the preemption law itself, Act 192, unconstitutional.
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