Three Pro-Gun Bills Pass Virginia House

Three pro-gun bills passed through Virginia’s House of Delegates on Feb. 22 and now will be sent to Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell.
Senate Bill 67, which was sponsored by Sen. Bill Stanley (R-20). SB67, which was passed in the House of Delegates by 72 to 24 vote, removes the option for localities to require concealed carry permit applicants to submit fingerprints with the application.
Senate Bill 323 was drafted by the NRA and sponsored by Sen. Bill Carrico (R-40). SB323 passed by a 64 to 32 vote and would allow citizens to buy more than one handgun in a 30-day period.
Senate Bill 563, sponsored by Sen. Frank Ruff (R-15) and relates to concealed carry permit application. The bill, which passed by a 79 to 20 vote, allows applications to be sent in through mail and would restrict the clerk and the circuit court from requiring or requesting information beyond that which is allowed on the permit application.

For updates, stay tuned to Guns.com. For more information on SB67, SB323 and SB563 can be found in the original article from NRA-ILA, while those interested in finding out what is going on in their state should check out the ILA’s “State Legislation” page.  For all breaking gun news, keep browsing Guns.com’s news feeds.

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