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Department of General Services
 
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Regulations Banning Concealed Firearms in Offices Occupied by Executive Branch Agencies [1 VAC 30 ‑ 105]
Action Promulgation of new regulation banning concealed firearms in executive branch agency offices
Stage Emergency/NOIRA
Comment Period Ends 1/27/2016
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12/15/15  5:37 pm
Commenter: James S DeBusk

Bad regulation that criminals won't follow anyway.
 
  • Gun Free Zones - do not deter the criminals.
  • Gun Free Zones - are only for the law abiding
  • Gun Free Zones - why disarm the law abiding
  • If a bomb kills someone, the bomber is blamed
  • If someone is killed by a car, the driver is blamed
  • Don't blame the gun if a criminals uses it
  • Protect our rights as stated in the Second Ammedment to the Consitution of the United States of America

 

This proposed regulation will have the opposite of the intended affect by
playing into the hands of terrorists, violent criminals, and the
criminally insane.  We have had no shootings in state agencies and this
prohibition on those with a concealed handgun permit, some of whom have
active and ongoing threats to their lives, is entirely without any
justification and needlessly and recklessly endangers innocent lives.

Disarming good citizens (who are the only ones likely to obey the
prohibition) does not make them safer.

Importantly the Governor has no authority for this regulation.  If the
General Assembly wanted the Governor to have such power, they would have
granted it to him explicitly, as is required constitutionally.

This proposed regulation is a solution for which there is no problem.  It
endangers state employees, law abiding citizens, and the innocent by
making state buildings a safe zone for terrorists, criminals, and the
criminally insane to conduct their evil and savage actions.

This regulations should not be approved and the emergency regulation
withdrawn.

Please extended the comment period for another 30 days.

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