RICHMOND, Va. — There are nearly 9,000 parents in Virginia who are behind on their child support payments and have a concealed handgun permit. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe announced Monday he planned to yank those permits from parents who owe child support.
That was just one of several gun-related proposals the governor said he planned to introduce to curb gun violence in Virginia.
“As Governor, there is no greater responsibility than ensuring the health and safety of the citizens I serve,” Governor McAuliffe said in a statement. “Our Commonwealth and our nation have seen too many tragedies as a result of dangerous weapons getting into the hands of the wrong people. These common-sense proposals will keep guns out of the hands of criminals, will keep our communities…
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