Amendments to the city's gun control proposals steer away from an outright ban on “assault weapons” and, lawmakers hope, to firmer legal standing.
Council wants to address concerns from mental health professionals and gun owners, too.
Performances are scheduled for Homewood, Allegheny West and Sewickley.
Squirrel Hill Stands Against Gun Violence launched this week.
Could it happen here?
On Thursday, you can tell council how you feel about its proposed gun legislation.
It's not often the NRA and ACLU end up on the same side.
Protestors lined Grant Street, listened to patriotic music and waved Don't Tread on Me flags.
There will be guns on the streets — lots of them, potentially.
Support isn’t guaranteed, even in the city’s own backyard.
Buckle up, because 2019 is going to be quite the ride.
From criminal justice reform to actual firearms legislation
From contentious municipal races to another special election to a push for gun control
Officials also want to prohibit bump stocks and allow the courts to take guns from people who are an “extreme risk.”
The proposal is from Rep. Dan Frankel, who represents Squirrel Hill.