Why some 2nd Amendment-loving attorneys don’t want to store guns for clients

  • Ed Mahon

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Over the weekend, I followed news coverage of the fight for control of the National Rifle Association. This episode of The Daily provided some great context. –Ed Mahon, PA Post reporter

‘We’re not in the business of storing firearms’

Attorney Marc Scaringi points to photos of him with Republican President Donald Trump during an interview on April 25, 2019, in his Dauphin County office.

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Attorney Marc Scaringi points to photos of him with President Donald Trump in his Dauphin County office during an interview on April 25, 2019.

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In this Jan. 30, 2019 file photo, signs posted at The Vancouver Clinic in Vancouver, Wash., warn patients and visitors of a measles outbreak.

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In this Jan. 30, 2019 file photo, signs posted at The Vancouver Clinic in Vancouver, Wash., warn patients and visitors of a measles outbreak. Washington state lawmakers voted last week to remove parents’ ability to claim a personal or philosophical exemption from vaccinating their children for measles, although medical and religious exemptions will remain.

  • At a Tuesday news conference, state Rep. Daryl Metcalfe, R-Butler, pushed for legislation that has the backing of anti-immunization activists. The bill says a healthcare practitioner can not “harass, coerce, scold or threaten” a patient or guardian for delaying or declining vaccination. Rita Giordano has more for Philly.com.

  • Foster Tarver was released from prison last June, thanks to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that juvenile lifers must have a chance at release. WESA’s An-Li Herring describes Tarver’s struggles on the outside and how he found a job as a paralegal.

  • The Philadelphia Inquirer investigated the high turnover rate in city schools and the impact it has on students. “At the end of the year, people became distant. We all knew we were going our separate ways,” one teacher told The Inquirer.


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