<a href="http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/03/01/pennsylvania-county-new-gun-laws-wont-apply-here/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Pennsylvania county: New gun laws won't apply here
The resolution passed Wednesday says any new federal act, bill, law, rule or executive order that infringes on Second Amendment rights shall be "unenforceable" in the county.
Just to be clear- the resolution was with respect to federal law, not state law. So if PA state law does not mirror any new federal laws, the preemption thingy is not relevant and the county can legally and with a clean conscience divorce themselves from the subject and say they don't want any part of it.Pennsylvania has a preemption law so that the laws on the books are uniform across the state.
They work for gun owners when local governments try to restrict our rights.
Though I can appreciate the Susquehanna County ordinance, it ls likely illegal and will be overturned. State law is very clear on the issue.