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PA Affirms Castle Doctrine

rrr

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Because Rendell vetoed the bill in the final days of the legislative session when both houses are away from Harrisburg, his veto will prevent House Bill 1926 from becoming law this year. But with the inauguration of Tom Corbett as Governor and the vast support for the bill in both houses, it is reasonable to expect that the Castle Doctrine will be successfully expanded sometime next year.

Although the bill is almost certain to become law next year, the fact that law abiding citizens of Pennsylvania must still flee their attackers before defending themselves in the public sphere is a stain on our state and a clear contravention of the principles promulgated in our Constitution. Pennsylvanians are less free as long as criminals enjoy an advantage over their victims in the public sphere.
Read da article ya lazy bums! Da article talks about it passin da Senate and da House.
 

"J"

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Hope the new guy passes it don't know why Rendell wouldn't with so many passing it.... Guess it was his parting shot for losing... the sore loser that he is...
 

CdBurner

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Hope the new guy passes it don't know why Rendell wouldn't with so many passing it.... Guess it was his parting shot for losing... the sore loser that he is...
What did the idiot Fast Eddie lose? He wasn't eligible for another term. We had 8 years of that idiot.

Btw, let's hope the new guy signs the next attempt into law, if there is a next attempt.