Newly amended bill seeks to make concealed handgun permits private
Concealed handgun permits may no longer be public record in Virginia.
That is if a newly amended bill makes it through the General Assembly.
The original bill, which started in the Senate, made concealed handgun permits private if the person is protected by a court ordered protective order.
Then the bill moved to the House where it got a major re-write.
A House committee added an amendment making all concealed-handgun permits private.
The bill now moves to the house floor.
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