According to the National Journal, gun control will be a major issue in the upcoming Pennsylvania primary and in the general election this fall.
Two laws in particular failed to pass the PA legislature this past year: one "to limit handgun purchases to one gun a week" and one to "require handgun owners to report lost or stolen weapons."
How could this be so difficult? Who needs to buy more than one handgun a week? And how does it impinge on a lawful gun owner's rights to tell the state that he or she has lost a firearm that could now be the hands of a criminal?
It is amazing the lengths that Americans will go to avoid any method of curbing gun violence in this country.