RICHMOND, Va. — A Democrat-led Virginia Senate panel voted Monday to advance a range of gun control bills, including legislation meant to address recent campus shootings at the University of Virginia and a Newport News elementary school.

In an hours-long hearing, the Senate Judiciary Committee signed off on measures that would tighten Virginia’s gun storage regulations and ban most guns from public college campuses.

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What is your source for the grade? You pop off a lot but never back up your proclamations with facts!

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“Virginia has some of the toughest gun laws in America.” Not exactly. It ranks 26th, with a "D" grade for gun safety laws. But when have facts ever gotten in the way of the Younkin administration?


according to who? Giffords ranks them 14th and gives them a B. Don't cherry pick!

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