Del. Michael Webert’s bill, HB1096, would negate the order by invalidating any administrative action governing the carrying of firearms unless authorized by the legislature. The measure won final passage Wednesday in the House of Delegates and now goes to the governor for his signature.Gun owners should contact the Governor's Office and urge him to sign HB1096. Remind McAuliffe that in defending his agreement with the Republican leadership to override Attorney General Herring's out-of-state carry permit recognition action, acknowleded there is no proof that people carrying concealed firearms commit crime, much less in state buildings.
Webert, R-Fauquier County, acknowledged after the vote that the legislation could be undone by a veto.
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