Jammed: How a Municipality’s Regulation of Shooting Ranges Misfired by Brian C. Conley, Esquire

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court recently weighed in on the interaction between an individual’s Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms and a municipality’s right to regulate shooting ranges within its borders. In Barris v. Stroud Township, President Judge P. Kevin Brobson, writing for the majority, held that, “an individual’s right under the Second Amendment…

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Water Info Wars – Chester Water Authority v. PA Department of Community & Economic Development By Brigitte M. Meyer, Esquire

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court recently clarified the scope of the “deliberative process exception” to agencies’ obligation to disclose records pursuant to Pennsylvania’s Right to Know Law. The case takes place in the context of the ongoing “water wars” in southern Chester and Delaware Counties. For 150 years, the Chester Water Authority has provided water to…