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Virginia: Assembly Public Safety- Firearms Subcommittee to Hear Multiple Firearms-Related Bills

Thursday, February 1, 2024

Virginia: Assembly Public Safety- Firearms Subcommittee to Hear Multiple Firearms-Related Bills

Today, February 1st, the House Public Safety - Firearms Subcommittee will hear multiple firearms-related bills. Bills that are favorably recommended will be added to the agenda for the Public Safety Committee on Friday. Sign up HERE to submit public comments or to be added to the agenda to speak!

ANTI-Gun Legislation

Click the button below to urge committee members to OPPOSE HB 175, HB 270, HB 318, HB 319, HB 362, HB 797, HB 798, HB 799, HB 861, HB 916, HB 945, and HB 1195!

HB 175, Del. Marcus Simon, prohibits the carrying of certain semi-automatic center-fire rifles, pistols, and shotguns on any public street, road, alley, sidewalk, public right-of-way, park, or any other place that is open to the public.

HB 270, Del. David Reid, creates a Class 6 felony for any person to import, sell, transfer, manufacture, or purchase a restricted rifle or large-capacity firearm magazines. HB 270 imposes civil liability for the acts of third parties, if a restricted firearm or magazine was transferred in violation of this legislation. Additionally, HB 270 implements a 3-day waiting period for firearm purchases and creates the Virginia Firearm Buy-Back Program.

HB 318, Del. Dan Helmer, creates a private right of action against gun industry members. 

HB 319, Del. Dan Helmer, removes references to the National Rifle Association (the NRA) and the United States Concealed Carry Association from the Code that allow the organizations to certify ranges and instructors.

HB 362, Del. Adel McClure, expands prohibiting categories for misdemeanor domestic violence violations beyond federal law. 

HB 797, Del. Patrick Hope, requires live fire training for concealed carry permits and removes references to both the National Rifle Association and the US Concealed Carry Association as acceptable certifications for firearm instructors. The bill also repeals authority for special license plates in support of the NRA.

HB 798, Del. Patrick Hope, expands firearm prohibition categories to certain misdemeanor crimes, beyond federal law. 

HB 799, Del. Patrick Hope, expands the concealed carry permit finger print requirements to include renewals. 

HB 861, Del. Phil Hernandez, expands the state definition of sensitive places where firearm possession is prohibited. 

HB 916, Del. Kannan Srinivasan, creates a "Red Flag" reporting system for the purpose of tracking and reporting these orders based on locality. 

HB 1195, Del. Cliff Hayes, institutes a 5-day waiting period for firearm transfers. 

PRO-Gun Legislation

Click the button below and urge committee members to SUPPORT HB 1230, HB 1235, and HB 1321!

 

HB 1230, Del. Eric Zehr, allows school boards to authorize any school board employee to possess a firearm on school property, in addition to those individuals expressly authorized to possess such a firearm as otherwise provided in statute. Those authorized to carry on school grounds must undergo enhanced training in accordance with criteria established by the Department of Criminal Justice Services. 

HB 1235, Del. Eric Zehr, authorizes a person 21 years of age or older, who is not prohibited from possessing firearms, and has an unexpired protective order against another individual to carry without a permit for up to 45 days.  

HB 1321, Del. Scott Wyatt, allows off-duty law-enforcement officers to carry a firearm in buildings and properties owned or leased by the Commonwealth that are typically regarded as sensitive places.  

 Again, please contact committee members by using the links above and sign up to deliver comments or to sign up to speak!


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Louisiana: House Passes Constitutional Carry, Now Headed to Gov. Landry’s Desk for His Signature

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Louisiana: House Passes Constitutional Carry, Now Headed to Gov. Landry’s Desk for His Signature

Today, the House voted 75-28 to pass Senate Bill 1, the NRA-backed constitutional carry legislation that passed the Senate last week.

Louisiana: Constitutional Carry Advances to the House Floor – Final Vote Imminent

Monday, February 26, 2024

Louisiana: Constitutional Carry Advances to the House Floor – Final Vote Imminent

Today, the House Administration of Criminal Justice Committee passed the NRA-backed constitutional carry legislation, Senate Bill 1, by a 10-3 vote. The bill now heads to the House floor for a final vote this week. SB 1 ...

Washington: Two Anti-Gun Bills Advance Through the Legislature

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Washington: Two Anti-Gun Bills Advance Through the Legislature

On Tuesday, February 27th, HB 2118, the “FFL Killer” passed the Senate, and SB 5444, "sensitive places" expansion, passed the House. Both bills were amended in the second chamber and now must return to their ...

Maine: PETITION: Stand with Maine Gun Retailers

Monday, February 26, 2024

Maine: PETITION: Stand with Maine Gun Retailers

Gun Control groups are launching an all-out assault on the Second Amendment in Maine. Their most recent tactic?

Maine: Gun Registries, Red Flags, Universal Background Checks and more.

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

Maine: Gun Registries, Red Flags, Universal Background Checks and more.

It has been a busy week for Maine’s anti-gun politicians. From releasing a new bill that would implement Universal Background Checks and Red Flag laws in Maine, to Rep. Jared Golden (ME-02) pushing for a ...

Minnesota: Two Anti Gun Bills Scheduled to be Heard in Committee

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Minnesota: Two Anti Gun Bills Scheduled to be Heard in Committee

On Thursday February 28th at 10:30 am, House File 601 and House File 4300 will be heard in Room 200 of the State Office Building by the Public Safety Finance and Policy Committee and the Children and ...

South Dakota: Enhanced Conceal Carry Bill Passed in Committee

Tuesday, February 27, 2024

South Dakota: Enhanced Conceal Carry Bill Passed in Committee

Yesterday, Senate Bill 203 was passed in the House Judiciary Committee with a vote of 11-1 and will be heard on the House floor today, February 27th. The bill allows gun owners with enhanced concealed ...

Minnesota: "Assault Weapons" Ban Referred to the Committee on Public Safety Finance and Policy

Wednesday, February 14, 2024

Minnesota: "Assault Weapons" Ban Referred to the Committee on Public Safety Finance and Policy

On Monday, House File 3570 was referred to the House Committee on Public Safety Finance and Policy and would ban so called “assault weapons” by expanding upon an existing statute used to define these firearms. The bill ...

South Carolina: Permitless Carry Passes the Senate, Waiting on Concurrence by the House

Tuesday, February 6, 2024

South Carolina: Permitless Carry Passes the Senate, Waiting on Concurrence by the House

Last week, South Carolina moved one step closer to becoming the 28th state to enact Permitless/Constitutional Carry! This effort has been years in the making, clearing a major hurdle by passing the Senate, which has been ...

Louisiana: Senate Passes Constitutional Carry - Take Action Now!

Thursday, February 22, 2024

Louisiana: Senate Passes Constitutional Carry - Take Action Now!

Today, the Senate passed Senate Bill 1, NRA backed constitutional carry legislation, on a 28-10 vote. The bill will next be considered in the House. Please contact your state representative and ask them to SUPPORT Senate Bill 1.

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