Virginia: Governor Signs Senate Bill 377 into Law Without Anti-Gun Amendment

| May 27, 2014

Virginia: Governor Signs Senate Bill 377 into Law Without Anti-Gun Amendment

Last Friday, May 23, Governor Terry McAuliffe (D) signed Senate Bill 377 into law as originally passed by the General Assembly.  He did this one month to the day after the Virginia Senate rejected his anti-gun amendment, which would have created a de-facto gun registration scheme for those seeking to sell, trade or transfer their lawfully owned firearms to a gun dealer by requiring that all consent forms for transfer of a firearm determined to not be lost or stolen be kept by the dealer for at least ninety days, with no requirement to ever destroy them.

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