Introduced in House Passed House Introduced in Senate Passed Senate Became Law
01/07/2020     01/13/2020  

Firearms; control by localities in local government buildings and parks.

Authorizes a locality to adopt an ordinance prohibiting firearms, ammunition, or components or combination thereof in any building owned or used by such locality for governmental purposes and in public parks owned by the locality. The bill requires such ordinance to include a provision for security measures designed to reasonably prevent unauthorized access of such buildings or parks by a person with a firearm, ammunition, or components or combination thereof. The bill requires a locality to post notice of any such prohibition at all entrances of buildings used for governmental purposes and at the main entrances to public parks owned by this locality. This bill was incorporated into SB 35.

Date Version PDF TXT
01/13/2020 Senate: Incorporated by Judiciary Open
01/07/2020 Senate: Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/08/20 20101883D Open

            
        

Picture Name From Date Type
R. Creigh Deeds D-Richmond Sponsor
Date Branch Action
01/13/2020 Senate Senate: Incorporated by Judiciary (SB35-Surovell) (13-Y 0-N)
01/07/2020 Senate Senate: Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/08/20 20101883D
01/07/2020 Senate Senate: Referred to Committee on the Judiciary
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Authorizes a locality to adopt an ordinance prohibiting firearms, ammunition, or components or combination thereof in any building owned or used by such locality for governmental purposes and in public parks owned by the locality. The bill requires such ordinance to include a provision for security measures designed to reasonably prevent unauthorized access of such buildings or parks by a person with a firearm, ammunition, or components or combination thereof. The bill requires a locality
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Firearms



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