Just like at every General Assembly session, a few legislators have taken aim this winter at Virginia`s ban on hunting on Sundays. As usual, the main bills stood little chance. One that would have lifted the ban entirely was killed in a Senate subcommittee by a 13-2 vote. Another that would allow archery hunting on Sundays is in a House committee, but is headed for the trash heap. But one Sunday hunting bill is alive and surprisingly well.
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