Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Good CCW news from VA

Tonight, the Board of Supervisors will consider removing the fingerprinting requirement from the concealed-handgun permit ordinance. According to a county staff report, the national background check has never prevented a person from acquiring a permit.
My emphasis. Let's hope the Board of Supervisors removes the requirement. There's no point in it, and paying a Sheriff's Deputy to arbitrarily fingerprint citizens in order for them to exercise their rights is a waste of tax dollars; not to mention morally wrong, and unconstitutional.
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