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McAuliffe backtracks on reciprocity. Seems the easier solution, like Tennessee has, is that residents must have a permit issued by the state they live in.

7 Responses to “In VA”

  1. Patrick Says:

    Unless people live in a state that won’t issue permits. Then they cannot carry in TN, at all.

    We really do need this fixed at the federal level.

  2. Fred Says:

    Many states require residence and permit state to be the same.

    Best site for info by state

  3. Bobby Says:

    Patrick’s right. That screws people that live in shit holes like California , and New York.

  4. MrSatyre Says:

    The best part is how McAwful and Red Herring’s crony’s spin the entire farce:

    “Without his leadership, this deal would not have been possible,” Coy said.

    That’s right, folks! Create an imaginary problem, threaten to revoke rights, and then act like without your assistance, the problem you created would never have been resolved! He should be in politics! Oh, wait…

  5. Jim Scrummy Says:

    Interesting. Still don’t trust that SOB McAwful and “pink” Herring. Still going ahead and getting other CCW permits, to be prepared for the next time.

  6. Jake Says:

    He’s trying to derail the universal reciprocity bill, or at least prevent a veto override. Without that bill, there’s nothing to stop him from doing all again later – or to stop the AG from trying to override the deal, since if those states really don’t meet the statutory requirements (which was the premise behind the whole mess in the first place), then Virginia cannot by law recognize their permits again.

    Hopefully, the General Assembly won’t fall for it.

  7. Ron W Says:

    Patrick, “fixed at the Federal level” could be much worse. We certainly do NOT want the Federal goovernment involved in carry permits, especially their issuance or requirements. Basically the 14th Amendment already fixes that and perhaps a Federal law pursuant to it stating that no State or local government may prohibit the exercise of any enumerated right in the Bill of Rights.