Contact Your Delegate Immediately and Urge Him or Her to Oppose House Bill 961


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Virginia House Committee Approves Ban on ‘Assault Firearms,’ Magazines and Suppressors
Contact Your Delegate Immediately and Urge Him or Her to Oppose House Bill 961

The Virginia House Public Safety Committee met this morning and gave its approval to a substitute version of House Bill 961 by a 12-9 vote. House Bill 961 will now move to the full Virginia House of Delegates for consideration. Contact your Delegate immediately and voice your opposition to House Bill 961.
 
House Bill 961 by Delegate Levine, would ban the sale, manufacture, import, transfer, or purchase of an “assault firearm” as defined in the bill; ban the possession, sale, transfer, manufacture, transfer, or purchase of magazines or other ammunition feeding devices that can accept more than 12 rounds; and ban the import, sale, manufacture, transport, transfer, possession and purchase of firearm suppressors. The bill allows those with an “assault firearm” to maintain possession after January 1, 2021, but does not allow lawful owners of magazines or suppressors to maintain ownership.
 
It is critical for you to contact your elected member of the Virginia House of Delegates to voice your opposition to House Bill 961. Call your Delegate today and respectfully urge him or her to vote “NO” when House Bill 961 comes to the floor for a vote. Find your Delegate using this link.


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