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Governor Wolf announced a SOE 3-6-2018
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Today's declaration (3-6-2018) is an amendment of the January opioid declaration.

http://www.pema.pa.gov/planningandprepar...6.2018.pdf


http://fox56.com/news/local/governor-wol...rows-storm
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(03-06-2018, 10:11 PM)soberbyker Wrote: Today's declaration (3-6-2018) is an amendment of the January opioid declaration.

http://www.pema.pa.gov/planningandprepar...6.2018.pdf


http://fox56.com/news/local/governor-wol...rows-storm

So, was the SOE really necessary or was he being a drama queen?

With the declaration of the Opiod Epidemic being a state of emergency, open carry without a license is effectively banned.
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(03-08-2018, 06:56 PM)sgtsandman Wrote:
(03-06-2018, 10:11 PM)soberbyker Wrote: Today's declaration (3-6-2018) is an amendment of the January opioid declaration.

http://www.pema.pa.gov/planningandprepar...6.2018.pdf


http://fox56.com/news/local/governor-wol...rows-storm

So, was the SOE really necessary or was he being a drama queen?

With the declaration of the Opiod Epidemic being a state of emergency, open carry without a license is effectively banned.

While neither of these SOEs should have anything to do with firearms unfortunately they do, until someone can get the law better clarified we have to deal with it. A SOE about snow/drugs should have no bearing on the ability to carry a gun.

That said, the need for two different ones here is that each releases red tape and money for specific things, so in that respect yes, both were needed.
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I meant more for the snow than the opioids. Did the weatherman get it right?


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(03-09-2018, 10:22 AM)sgtsandman Wrote: I meant more for the snow than the opioids.  Did the weatherman get it right?


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Where I am at in the southeast corner it was real bad for a while but was cleaned up fairly quick in my immediate area. Friends north of here in the Pocono general area have a couple feet of snow between the two storms. I know a guy a few miles from me whose street was without power for 6 days, even more in the region for 4 days. A lot of trees taken down by heavy, wet, snow and high winds. So in parts of the state, yea cutting through red tape to get shit taken care of an SOE was appropriate. Should any of it pertain to firearms, no. 
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(03-12-2018, 02:13 PM)soberbyker Wrote:
(03-09-2018, 10:22 AM)sgtsandman Wrote: I meant more for the snow than the opioids.  Did the weatherman get it right?


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Where I am at in the southeast corner it was real bad for a while but was cleaned up fairly quick in my immediate area. Friends north of here in the Pocono general area have a couple feet of snow between the two storms. I know a guy a few miles from me whose street was without power for 6 days, even more in the region for 4 days. A lot of trees taken down by heavy, wet, snow and high winds. So in parts of the state, yea cutting through red tape to get shit taken care of an SOE was appropriate. Should any of it pertain to firearms, no. 

Hopefully, we can get that fixed, though it's hard to predict with politics in this state whether it would ever happen.  I'm glad the SOE was able to get things straightened out for you all faster.
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