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    Hopefully, but I doubt it.
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    The silliness of this whole thing is the fact that I can OC and drink and have no worries, yet cannot CC. If I CCed I would have no problem not drinking. I do not condone OC (we cannot discuss it here) so suffice it to say that I would rather not. However I have started to OC in every restaurant I go to now and I always order a drink as a toast to our wonderful Governor Kaine.
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    More bills.

    More bills --

    VA-ALERT:
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    Here is where we stand on the last day of the regular legislative
    session.

    These bills that have passed the House and Senate and are on their way
    to Governor Kaine's desk for signing, veto, or not signing (becomes
    law without signing):

    SB 1035 - Senator Hanger - restaurant ban repeal without any need to
    notify an ABC manager. CHP holder cannot drink if carrying concealed.

    HB 1655 - Delegate Carrico - Puts teeth in preemption. This bill was
    weakened to allow a judge discretion as whether to require a locality
    pay legal fees if they lose in court over a preemption issue. It is
    still a step forward, as currently there is no hope of getting such
    fees.

    SB 1513 - Senator Smith - Puts teeth in preemption. This bill was
    weakened to allow a judge discretion as whether to require a locality
    pay legal fees if they lose in court over a preemption issue. It is
    still a step forward, as currently there is no hope of getting such
    fees.

    HB 1851 - Delegate Lingamfelter - exempts active duty military from
    One Handgun a Month.

    SB 1383 - Senator Stolle - repeals state penalty for possession of an
    unregistered silencer (federal law will still apply).

    HB 2528 - Delegate Cole - requires localities that do "gun buy ups" to
    have an ordinance to that effect and to sell the guns at public
    auction to an FFL. The auction must be advertised, too. The final
    version was weakened by Senator Stolle to allow a locality to destroy
    the guns without an auction at all. However, it is still a step
    forward in that it requires a locality to jump through some hoops to
    do a buy-up and gives gun owners a chance to fight such a move by the
    locality.

    HB 2144 - Delegate Nutter - blocks the state police from giving out
    CHP holder information, but does NOT block courts from doing the
    same. We NEED to close off both sources and this bill is only a half-
    way measure. ACTION ITEM: If anybody's local paper prints the names
    and other information of CHP holders, let me know and I will make sure
    the House and Senate hear about it until they understand that there is
    a problem. If the press stops printing the names on their own (and
    the media lobbyist swore to me that the Frredericksburg Freelance-Star
    was not going to do that anymore), then so be it.

    HB 2178 - Delegate E.T. Scott - prohibits convicted felons from
    possessing ammunition, making such possession a felony. It is a bad
    law as there is no intent to commit a crime required and it duplicates
    federal law. Apparently one police officer complained that he would
    have liked the powers given in this bill one time and Virginia rushes
    off to create yet another law that we don't need.

    SB 877 - Senator Martin - allows **retired** law enforcement officers
    to carry concealed in a restaurant that serves alcoholic beverages and
    even drink if they wish. It will be real interesting to see what the
    Governor does with this bill for ex-government-employees vis-a-vis
    Senator Hanger's restaurant ban repeal for the rest of us.

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    I will be putting together a campaign to contact the Governor on both
    the restaurant ban repeals (one for retired police and one for the
    rest of us) and will advise shortly.


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