Virginia Bill Would Restore Gun Rights to Non-Violent Offenders, Help Protect Against Government Malfeasance

RICHMOND, Va. (Sept. 22, 2016)  A Virginia bill introduced this month would restore gun rights to people convicted of non-violent felonies without them having to ask permission from the state.  An indirect result of this legislation would be to deprive the state and feds of a political weapon against patriotic dissent.

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Virginia Bill Would Restrict ALPR Use; Help Block National License Plate Tracking Program

RICHMOND, Va. (Sept. 12, 2016) – During the 2017 session, the Virginia legislature will consider a bill that would broadly ban warrantless surveillance and limit the use of automatic license plate readers (ALPRs). If passed into law, the bill would not only protect privacy in Virginia, but would also hinder some aspects of the federal surveillance state.

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