Action needed: Pennsylvania attorney general rescinding reciprocity agreements

According to reports from our neighbors to the east, Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane (D) has been busy recently, rescinding her state's reciprocity agreements with other concealed carry states.

Pennsylvania no longer honors any non-resident concealed carry license from any state, and Kane seems intent on voiding reciprocity/recognition with as many states as possible.

Ohio has never had reciprocity with Pennsylvania, so Ohioans who wished to carry when they traveled east found it necessary to carry on a non-resident license from Utah or Florida. That option has now been taken away from them by this anti-gun Democrat.

There is legislation to fix the problem and, as a nearby state, we can let the Pennsylvania legislature know that we will avoid Pennsylvania until this problem is fixed.

Please follow the link below and follow the instructions. This will only take about 30 seconds. The system will automatically send a pre-written email (or feel free to personalize it) to key Pennsylvania legislators asking them to address this issue:

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