Lost and stolen gun legislation was revived at a York City Council meeting Tuesday night, but a council member said she would not try to bring the proposal back until the next meeting.

A proposal that would require lost and stolen guns to be reported within 72 hours was tabled by the council in January. Some council members questioned its legality because of a state law that prohibits municipalities from making their own gun laws, and the city solicitor also advised the council to wait.

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