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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Four Pro-Gun Measures Sent To W.V. Governor

Four pro-gun and pro-hunting measures have been sent to West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice and are currently awaiting his signature.

House Bill 2679 would allow a law-abiding person to carry a firearm in any state, county, or municipal park or other recreation area. The measure would also seek to expand Sunday hunting opportunities on private land with written permission, as would Senate Bill 345.

Senate Bill 388 would allow law-abiding citizens in possession of a concealed firearm to transport the firearm onto school property while dropping off or picking up students, as long as the firearm does not leave the motor vehicle. And Senate Bill 575 would protect sport shooting ranges from frivolous lawsuits and noise complaints.

Use Your Power!

NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action is encouraging West Virginians to contact Gov. Jim Justice and urge him to sign HB 2679, SB 345, SB 388 and SB 575 into law. Contact him by clicking here.