Pennsylvania SB 198 - Restrictions on Firearm Posession

Pennsylvania SB 198

by Sen. Vincent Hughes (D) with Sens. Arthur Haywood (D), Steve Santarsiero (D), Christine Tartaglione (D), Timothy Kearney (D), Daylin Leach (D)

LEAP Forward Position: Support

§ 6105. Persons not to possess, use, manufacture, control, sell or transfer firearms.

b) Enumerated offenses.—The following offenses shall apply to subsection (a):

Section 913(a)(2) (relating to possession of firearm or other dangerous weapon in court facility).
Section 2604 (relating to murder of unborn child).
Section 2605 (relating to voluntary manslaughter of unborn child)
Section 2705 (relating to recklessly endangering another person), if the reckless conduct engaged in involved a firearm.
Section 2706 (relating to terroristic threats), if the threat communicated referenced the use of a firearm.
Section 2715 (relating to threat to use weapons of mass destruction).
Section 2717 (relating to terrorism).
Section 2903 (relating to false imprisonment), if a firearm is used in the commission of the offense.
Section 3011 (relating to trafficking in individuals)
Section 3122.1 (relating to statutory sexual assault).
Section 3124.1 (relating to sexual assault).
Section 3124.2 (relating to institutional sexual assault).
Section 3126 (relating to indecent assault).
Section 4702 (relating to threats and other improper influence in official and political matters), if the threat involved the use of a firearm.
Section 4703 (relating to retaliation for past official action), if the crime involved the use of a firearm.
Section 4915.1 (relating to failure to comply with registration requirements).
Section 4953.1 (relating to retaliation against prosecutor or judicial official).
Section 5104.1 (relating to disarming law enforcement officer).
Section 6110.2 (relating to possession of firearm with altered manufacturer’s number).
Section 6117 (relating to altering or obliterating marks of identification).
Section 6121 (relating to certain bullets prohibited).
Section 6312 (relating to sexual abuse of children)
Section 6318 (relating to unlawful contact with minor).
Section 6319 (relating to solicitation of minors to traffic drugs).
Section 6320 (relating to sexual exploitation of children).