VIDEO: Domestic abuse victims speak out against the gun law bills Gov. Glenn Youngkin vetoed

By Dogwood Staff

April 18, 2024

Senate Bill 47 and House Bill 46 aim to close the loophole that allows offenders to transfer their firearms to someone else instead of relinquishing them, by requiring documented proof of relinquishment for those already prohibited from owning a firearm due to their conviction or assault of a family member.
Doorways, an Arlington non-profit group that helps survivors of domestic abuse, spoke out against the gun law bills Republican Governor Glenn Youngkin vetoed.

@vadogwoodnews Senate Bill 47 and House Bill 46 aim to close the loophole that allows offenders to transfer their firearms to someone else instead of relinquishing them, by requiring documented proof of relinquishment for those already prohibited from owning a firearm due to their conviction or assault of a family member. Doorways, an Arlington non-profit group that helps survivors of domestic abuse, spoke out against the gun law bills Republican Governor Glenn Youngkin vetoed. #domesticabuse #gunlaws #virginianews #virginiapolitics #firearms ♬ original sound – The Dogwood

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