By: Victor Dura Re: VA-C.D.L. news January 4, 1996 Virginia Fairfax County politicians are
By: Victor Dura
Re: VA-C.D.L. news
January 4, 1996
Fairfax County politicians are attempting to limit your rights to
self-defense by prohibiting law-abiding citizens who have received carry
permits from carrying their protective firearms into county owned
buildings. This would not only weaken your rights to self-defense, but
would also threaten Virginia preemption.
There will be a public hearing on Saturday, Jan. 6th at the Fairfax
County Government Center. The hearing will start at 9:00 am in the
auditorium. Virginia gun owners are encouraged to attend to show their
opposition to these proposals. Call 324-3151 to get on the speakers
list or just show up to give your support.
NORTHERN VIRGINIA CITIZENS DEFENSE LEAGUE
JANUARY 1996 UPDATE
We will meet Tuesday, January 9, 1996
Special Guest Speaker: Jim Miller
Jim Miller is challenging Sen. John Warner for the Republican
nomination. The NVCDL will offer Sen. Warner a chance to speak at a
All persons interested in defending their constitutional rights are
invited to attend.
Where: George Mason District Regional Library
7001 Little River Turnpike
Time: 7:15pm to 8:50pm
The meeting room is to your immediate right as you enter the Library.
The Northern Virginia Citizens Defense League is a grassroots
organization dedicated to defending the civil rights of all Virginians.
The membership of the NVCDL considers the right to keep and bear arms an
essential civil right. The NVCDL invites all Virginians who support the
Bill of Rights to join our grassroots effort.
PERSONAL PROTECTION ACT REPEAL INTRODUCED!
Anti-gun rights politician Del. Bob Hull has introduced HB3, a bill that
would repeal the Personal Protection Act (Virginia's new "shall issue"
concealed weapons law). This bill is unlikely to pass, however this
bill will likely be used to focus media attention on the anti-selfdense
lobby's (HCI, VAHV, et al) efforts to place onerous restrictions on the
right to carry in Virginia. We must continue to make our voices heard.
Fax or mail a letter to your Senator and Delegate in support of your gun
rights! Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper.
Senate Mail Room Fax (804) 786-4640 Senate Mailing Address: The Honorable
__________ Gen. Assembly. Bldg., Richmond, VA 23219
House Mail Room FAX (804) 786-6310
House Mailing Address: The Honorable __________
PO Box 406, Richmond, VA 23203
Messages can be relayed via the toll-free constituent hotline:
(calls must originate in Virginia) 1-800-889-0229
NVCDL is on the Internet World Wide Web!
If you have access to the internet world wide web check out the NVCDL
web page. The address is:
http://www.erols.com/nvcdl/index.html email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have links to the Virginia General Assembly's home page and other good
Internet Mailing Lists
We are in the process of establishing two internet mailing lists. NVCDL
is going to sponsor a VA-rkba mailing list to promote pro-2nd amendment
efforts in VA. We also plan to establish an NVCDL-alert list for low
volume, high priority alert information.
AIR & SUN BBS (formerly known as TIDMADT BBS) (703) 765-0822=20
NVCDL Member Dave Aronson has established an NVCDL conference, let's use
As was noted in previous mailings, we have started charging membership
dues of $12.00 yearly.
The Northern Virginia Citizens Defense League is a non-profit
All membership dues and donations will be used to support the expenses
associated with operating the group.
Send a SASE to NVCDL, PO BOX 821, Alexandria, VA 22313 for a membership
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