Virginia: important bills that are being heard Thursday (1/24/13) morning and evening

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    Exclamation Virginia: important bills that are being heard Thursday (1/24/13) morning and evening

    [Re-posted from a VA-ALERT with prior approval of VCDL. First person singular pronouns (I, my, mine, etc) and PVC reference Philip Van Cleave, President VCDL]

    Delegate Bob Marshall has just put in a bill, HB 2340 that will prohibit any state or local government employee from assisting the federal government in enforcing any new gun laws or Presidential Orders made after December 31, 2012! That bill is coming up in the Militia, Police, and Public Safety subcommittee #2 at 7:30 AM in the 4th Floor West Conference Room of the General Assembly Building. VCDL STRONGLY SUPPORTS HB 2340!

    In the evening on Thursday at 5 PM in the Militia, Police, and Public Safety subcommittee #1 meets in the 4th Floor West Conference Room of the General Assembly Building to consider the following bills:

    HB 1410, J.M Scott, takes away gun rights for various **misdemeanor** crimes. VCDL STRONGLY OPPOSES

    HB 1582, Cole, allows schools to hire armed guards. VCDL SUPPORTS

    HB 2221, Hope, makes it a crime for someone to knowingly sell a gun to a person who is prohibited because of mental health reasons. VCDL IS NEUTRAL

    HB 2240, Cosgrove, provides certain criminal history information to federal government NICS system. The Virginia State Police have raised an issue dealing with juveniles where sharing of certain information should not be done because of Virginia policies on automatic restoration of rights. VCDL OPPOSES

    HB 2251, Lopez, outlaws magazines that hold more than 20 rounds. VCDL STRONGLY OPPOSES

    HB 2263, Krupicka, allows the police to confiscate the guns of someone who a mental health professional feels might be a threat to their life or the lives of others, based solely on the word of said professional. VCDL STRONGLY OPPOSES

    HB 2281, Ward, requires a person to report lost or stolen firearms within a short period of time or there are criminal penalties for the victim. VCDL STRONGLY OPPOSES

    HB 2317, Anderson, allows someone who is in the military, lives in a nearby state, and commutes to their duty station, to be able to purchase a gun in Virginia. VCDL STRONGLY SUPPORTS

    HB 2327, Brink, reinstates One Handgun a Month. VCDL STRONGLY OPPOSES

    HB 2342, Lingamfelter, speeds up background checks for CHP holders purchasing a gun. VCDL STRONGLY SUPPORTS


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    Good news!!! Marsh's gun show bill died in Senate Courts minutes ago.
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