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Urge Your Senator to Oppose SBs 35, 69, and 70

NRA State and Local

The anti-gun majority continues to fast track their agenda. On January 16th, the full Virginia Senate will be holding floor votes on the gun control bills that only left committee on Monday. Please contact your state Senator and strongly, but politely, ask them to stand with you and OPPOSE Senate Bills 35, 69, and 70.

Senate Bill 35 will destroy Virginia’s firearm preemption laws by allowing localities to create new “gun free zones” in and around public buildings and parks.  Criminals will ignore these restrictions, leaving law-abiding citizens unable to defend themselves and their loved ones.

Senate Bill 69, commonly referred to as “one-gun-a-month,” would impose an arbitrary one gun limit on an individual’s right to lawfully purchase a handgun within 30 days.

Senate Bill 70 would ban many sales and transfers between private individuals without first paying fees and obtaining government permission.  Firearm sales between friends, neighbors, or fellow hunters, would not be exempted.  Transfers between family members are also likely to be banned based on the vague wording of the proposed legislation.  This proposal would have no impact on crime and is completely unenforceable.

Urge Your Senator to Oppose SBs 35, 69, and 70

NRA State and Local

The anti-gun majority continues to fast track their agenda. On January 16th, the full Virginia Senate will be holding floor votes on the gun control bills that only left committee on Monday. Please contact your state Senator and strongly, but politely, ask them to stand with you and OPPOSE Senate Bills 35, 69, and 70.

Senate Bill 35 will destroy Virginia’s firearm preemption laws by allowing localities to create new “gun free zones” in and around public buildings and parks.  Criminals will ignore these restrictions, leaving law-abiding citizens unable to defend themselves and their loved ones.

Senate Bill 69, commonly referred to as “one-gun-a-month,” would impose an arbitrary one gun limit on an individual’s right to lawfully purchase a handgun within 30 days.

Senate Bill 70 would ban many sales and transfers between private individuals without first paying fees and obtaining government permission.  Firearm sales between friends, neighbors, or fellow hunters, would not be exempted.  Transfers between family members are also likely to be banned based on the vague wording of the proposed legislation.  This proposal would have no impact on crime and is completely unenforceable.