HARRISBURG (AP) – A PA House committee is voluntarily relinquishing its control over four bills to address gun violence, instead asking the speaker to have another panel take them over. After an exchange between the two parties during a Judiciary Committee meeting on Monday, the vote concerned proposals regarding safe gun storage, an assault weapons ban, a red flag bill, and a measure to give local governments power to enact their own protections. The Democrats who voted with the GOP to send the bill package back to the speaker with a recommendation that he pass them over to the Local Government Committee said they hoped the proposals might somehow advance there.