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Last night, Conshohocken Borough Council unanimously passed an ordinance requiring lost or stolen firearms to be reported missing to the police upon discovery of their absence. On Tuesday night, Ambler Borough Council unanimously passed a resolution in support of a statewide lost or stolen handgun reporting requirement. And last week, the boroughs of Bridgeport, West Conshohocken, and Swarthmore all took similar action urging the General Assembly to pass a statewide law requiring lost or stolen handguns to be reported to the police. 32 PA communities have now taken action in support of the reform.
For more information see www.ceasefirepa.org/