Gov. Terry McAuliffe's First Veto Is Against Gun Owners

Gov. Terry McAuliffe's First Veto Is Against Gun Owners

On March 19th Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe (D) used his first veto to strike down a bill “meant to clarify state law” regarding how gun owners without a concealed carry permit may store firearms in a vehicle.

The bill, HB 962, was sponsored by Delegate Benjamin L. Cline (R-Rockbridge). 

According to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the bill said “the weapon would be considered secured if it was in a container or compartment – such as console or glove compartment – that was closed but not necessarily locked.”

McAuliffe wanted the bill to say that individuals without concealed carry permits had to have the gun locked in a compartment, not just secured. 

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