Where Pennsylvania's representatives stand on gun control

In light of the recent attack at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub and the Senate standstill regarding gun laws, we looked at where Pennsylvania's congressional representatives stand on gun control. Their views include restricting who can buy guns, which weapons can be bought, and more.

Where do you stand in the debate on gun laws? Below, you'll find instances where our senators and representatives express their views on gun laws.

Select whether you agree or disagree with their standpoints, and see what others think.

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