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Two Pro-Gun Bills to be Considered Tomorrow in Virginia!

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Please Stand-Up and Make Your Voices Heard!

On Monday, January 19, the Criminal Sub-Committee of the House Courts of Justice will meet to consider two important bills.

 

Sponsored by Delegate Charles Carrico (R-5), HB 1655 would award court costs, attorney’s fees and expenses to any person or group that prevails in an action challenging an ordinance, resolution or administrative action that violates the state preemption laws.  HB 1821, introduced by Delegate Joseph Johnson (D-4), would allow holders of concealed carry permits to carry into restaurants but are prohibited from consuming alcohol.

 

Please contact the members of the Sub-Committee TODAY and respectfully ask that they support the rights of law-abiding firearm owners by voting in favor of these bills.  Contact information can be found below.

 

Delegate Morgan Griffith
(804) 698-1008
DelMGriffith@house.virginia.gov

 

Delegate Rob Bell
(804) 698-1058
DelRBell@house.virginia.gov

Delegate Todd Gilbert
(804) 698-1015
DelTGilbert@house.virginia.gov

Delegate Bill Janis
(804) 698-1056
DelBJanis@house.virginia.gov

Delegate Jackson Miller
(804) 698-1050
DelJMiller@house.virginia.gov

Delegate Kenneth Melvin
(804) 698-1080
DelKMelvin@house.virginia.gov

Delegate Ward Armstrong
(804) 698-1010
DelWArmstrong@house.virginia.gov

Delegate Vivian Watts
(804) 698-1039
DelVWatts@house.virginia.gov

Delegate Dave Albo
(804) 698-1042
DelDAlbo@house.virginia.gov

 

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