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SB 135 Virginia Parole Board; membership; records; report.

Increases from five to 11 the number of members to be appointed to the Virginia Parole Board (the Board). The bill requires the Board to (i) include in its monthly report regarding actions taken by the Board on the parole of prisoners the number of votes in favor of granting or denying parole of each prisoner and (ii) ensure that any records, reports, or other documents used to determine a person's suitability for parole be made available for review by such person or his counsel pursuant to Board regulations. The bill contains technical amendments.

By |2022-01-10T15:47:36-05:00January 10th, 2022|Criminal Justice Reform, General Law, Support|Comments Off on SB 135 Virginia Parole Board; membership; records; report.

SB 75, Senator Chase, repeals the prohibition on the otherwise lawful carrying of firearms in the Capitol, General Assembly Building, Capitol Square, and property that is owned or leased by the Commonwealth, such as rest stops, DMV, and ABC stores.

By |2022-01-10T14:52:35-05:00January 10th, 2022|2nd Amendment, Support|Comments Off on SB 75, Senator Chase, repeals the prohibition on the otherwise lawful carrying of firearms in the Capitol, General Assembly Building, Capitol Square, and property that is owned or leased by the Commonwealth, such as rest stops, DMV, and ABC stores.

SB 74, Senator Chase, repeals the authority for localities to have an ordinance banning firearms in local government buildings, parks, recreation and community centers, and at events that are permitted, or should have been permitted.

By |2022-01-10T14:52:02-05:00January 10th, 2022|2nd Amendment, Support|Comments Off on SB 74, Senator Chase, repeals the authority for localities to have an ordinance banning firearms in local government buildings, parks, recreation and community centers, and at events that are permitted, or should have been permitted.

HB 26, Delegate Anderson, repeals the authority for localities to have an ordinance banning firearms in local government buildings, parks, recreation and community centers, and at events that are permitted, or should have been permitted.

By |2022-01-10T14:51:29-05:00January 10th, 2022|2nd Amendment, Support|Comments Off on HB 26, Delegate Anderson, repeals the authority for localities to have an ordinance banning firearms in local government buildings, parks, recreation and community centers, and at events that are permitted, or should have been permitted.