In what must be an unprecedented string of victories for advocates of state sovereignty and the Tenth Amendment in Virginia, HB 69, the Virginia Firearms Freedom Act, passed the House of Delegates today with a bi-partisan vote of 70-29.

HB 69:

Declares that firearms, firearms accessories, and ammunition made in Virginia and retained within the borders of Virginia are not subject to federal law or regulation under the authority of Congress to regulate interstate commerce.

It’s now headed to the Senate. If you live in Virginia, call your state senator and make sure they are prepared to vote yes on HB 69.

CLICK HERE – for the Tenth Amendment Center’s Firearms Freedom Act Tracking Page

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