"The latest chipping away at ill-advised attempts at gun control in Virginia will likely have exactly the same outcome as the 1995 switch of one word in state law. When the legislature changed `may issue` to `shall issue,` taking away state officials` discretion and requiring them to issue a concealed carry permit to all who qualified for one," editorializes the Washington Examiner. "But nothing happened. That`s because people who bother to jump through the hoops and register with the state for a gun permit are not the ones we need to fear."
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