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Virginia: Pro-Gun Measures Moving to the Senate!

Friday, February 9, 2007

 

Please Contact Your State Senator Today!

Several pro-Second Amendment measures have been passed by the House of Delegates and will soon be heard in various Senate committees.

 

Please contact your State Senator at (804)-698-7410 and strongly encourage him or her to support the following bills:

 

House Bill 1626, sponsored by Delegate Bill Janis (R-56) would provide for civil immunity in cases involving use of force for self-defense;

 

House Bill 2106, sponsored by Delegate Charles Carrico (R-5) would repeal authority for localities to require fingerprints for right-to-carry permit applicants;

 

House Bill 2235, sponsored by Delegate Dave Nutter (R-7) would provide for full recognition of out-of-state concealed carry permits issued to those 21 years and older;

 

House Bill 2547, sponsored by Delegate Charles Carrico, would prohibit localities from restricting the carrying of firearms on public roads – except for hunting;

 

House Bill 2653, sponsored by Delegate Scott Lingamfelter (R-31) would prohibit gun dealer stings and entrapment schemes in Virginia like those brought by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg;

 

House Bill 3109, sponsored by Delegate Bill Janis, would prohibit localities from restricting hunting within ½ mile of a subdivision;

 

House Bill 3108, sponsored by Delegate Janis, would prohibit medical professionals from asking minor patients if their parents own firearms; and 

 

House Bill 2588, sponsored by Delegate Janis, would provide that the Superintendent of State Police may authorize transfers of NFA firearms.

 

Your State Senator Needs to hear your voice today!


To find further contact information or help identifying your legislators
please use the "Write Your Representative" feature found at www.NRAILA.org.

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