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    Postak Virginia: Senate Passes Three Pro-Gun Bills, Sending Two to the Governor

    Today, the Virginia Senate took action on four pro-gun bills previously passed by the House of Delegates.  Of particular note, was the Senate passage of House Bill 48 by a 24 to 16 vote. This bill was amended by the Senate Courts of Justice Committee to address concerns that HB 48 would negatively impact your right to self-defense.

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    Looks good so far. I'll be moving to Virginny later this year.
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    YES! PRO-GUN BILLS HEAD TO GOVERNOR'S DESK FOR SIGNING

    The following House bills have now passed the Senate and join HB 940, Delegate Lingamfelter's repeal of One Handgun a Month, in heading to Governor McDonnell's desk for signing into law!

    HB 20, Delegate Wilt, protects the right of gun owners to transport and carry firearms during a declared emergency

    HB 22, Delegate Cole, requires localities to pass an ordinance before doing any gun "buy-ups" and also must try to sell guns to dealers before destroying them

    HB 26, Delegate Cole, provides a civil penalty of $25 instead of a class 1 misdemeanor if a CHP holder cannot produce his permit on demand by a law enforcement officer

    HB 754, Delegate Cline, repeals fingerprinting first-time CHP applicants as if they were criminals

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