School Board and Supervisors Pass Gun Safety Resolutions

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In March both the Board of Supervisors and the TE School Board passed resolutions unanimously calling for Gun Safety Measures to protect the citizens of Tredyffrin and the school children of TE. The Easttown Board of Supervisors has not passed a gun safety resolution.

Tredyffrin Board of Supervisors

The action part of resolution 2018-09 passed by the Tredyffrin Board of Supervisors. … Read the rest

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Defend Mueller-Excoriate Pruitt-Speak your Mind-Keep up the Pressure

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Postcard Writing Event Sunday, April 22

Costello cracked under the pressure. Now increase it by attending the postcard event on April 22.

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Spring Dinner and Fundraiser

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A friendly reminder that the TTDEMS are holding their spring fundraiser this Sunday, April 15th from 5:30-7:30 PM. at The Italian-American Club, 301 W. Wayne Ave., Wayne.

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Time to Make a Plan to Vote

Primary is 15 May. 5 weeks away. Do you have travel plans for that week? Business Meeting? Long Weekend somewhere? Kids still away at school? Now is the time to check your schedule and apply for an absentee ballot if needed. Voter Services will mail your ballot to you starting around April 15 if you have applied for an absentee ballot.… Read the rest

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Sensible Gun Control from Pennsylvania Legislature?

From the Inquirer this morning:

The state Senate voted unanimously to tighten gun regulation in cases of domestic abuse and for those slapped with protection-from-abuse orders.

That’s right. Gun regulation. In Pennsylvania.

The measure (SB 501), sponsored by state Sen. Tom Killion (R., Chester), requires those convicted of domestic abuse to relinquish firearms within 48 hours to law enforcement, their lawyer, or a licensed gun dealer.Read the rest

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