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VA: Senate Passes Bill Allowing Guns in Church, Fails in House
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

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While most people go to church to worship, security expert Chernoh Wurie goes to worship and protect. He leads security at Hill City Church in the Richmond area. A bill to allow weapons, including firearms, within places of worship died in the House last week. Senate Bill 1024, introduced by Sen. Richard Black, R-Loudoun, passed the Senate along party lines, 21-19, but died in the House Rules Committee. The bill sought to repeal a law on the books since the 1950s.
 

Comment by: xqqme (2/26/2019)
Is not the present ban a violation of the First Amendment, prohibiting houses of worship from establishing their own rules on the issue of self-protection?
 

Comment by: PHORTO (2/26/2019)
“It gets a lot more problematic when you put guns in churches.”

Problematic for WHOM?
 

Comment by: MarkHamTownsend (2/26/2019)
What makes churches so special that they are allowed to force members to be defenseless when they attend?
250 years ago, colonists would bring their rifles to church if they were having trouble with a nearby Indian tribe, or violent criminal elements.
Has God changed his mind about his flock defending themselves?
 

Comment by: shootergdv (2/26/2019)
Churches are private property. Why don't they have the same rights as other private property owners in deciding whether to allow carry or post against it ?
 

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