From the Executive Summary at the link provided, we find:
Common sense... Wow.Summary: Va. Code Ann. §18.2-308 (1950, as amended) requires that persons applying for concealed handgun permits submit fingerprints as part of their application, if the locality has an ordinance that requires it. Pursuant to Section 2-12 of the Spotsylvania County Code, the County currently has an ordinance that requires fingerprints be submitted. Staff recommends that the current requirement contained in Section 2-12 be repealed, since the majority of the fee the County can charge by statute is paid to the FBI for examination of the fingerprints. In addition, staff supports the repeal of the requirement because this ordinance has not prevented anyone from acquiring a concealed handgun permit. The County will also save money by not having to pay a deputy two Saturdays a month to do fingerprints.
I would count on the Free Lance-Star being there.