Virginia House of Delegates Passes Two Important Self-Defense Measures and More!
Yesterday, the Virginia House of Delegates voted on two important self-defense measures what would affect law-abiding citizens in the Commonwealth. House Bill 14 passed the state House by a 75 to 22 vote and House Bill 48 passed by a 70 to 28 vote. Both bills will go to the state Senate for its consideration. The House Militia, Police and Public Safety Subcommittee #1 held a hearing yesterday when multiple gun-related bills were on its agenda. They decided that House Bill 859 and House Bill 1135 would be carried over to next year’s legislative session. House Bill 1197, House Bill 1223, and House Bill 1257 were laid on the table for the year. Lastly, anti-gun House Bill 1226 was struck from the docket by a voice vote.