HARRISBURG – Legislation is being introduced which would repeal PA’s law allowing residents to purchase and set-off certain fireworks. House Bill 988 would repeal the most recent changes made to the fireworks law and would provide all municipalities more power to enforce the law in order stop fireworks from being set off at all hours of the night. It would reinstate the provisions as they existed before Act 43 and would not prohibit Pennsylvanians from using novelty fireworks or enjoying fireworks shows in their community to celebrate the Fourth of July, other holidays, and special events. The bill is before the House Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee for consideration.