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    Meant to post this earlier, but you can view the veto session online at

    House: http://legis.state.va.us/hod_session_streaming.html

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    Senate: http://legis.state.va.us/sov_session_streaming.html


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    The Senate is having a debate on whether or not they should follow the Constitution. Quite interesting.

    Saslaw needs to be relieved of his position.

    Stolle and Cuccinelli are doing their best to convince the Senate that they should abide by the Constitution.
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    I really wish you could hear what happens while the Senate is "At Ease."



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    bnkrazy wrote:
    I really wish you could hear what happens while the Senate is "At Ease."


    yrp...a lot of dead air now!

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    bnkrazy wrote:
    Saslaw needs to be relieved of his position.
    +1. Kaine too.
    Carry On.

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    Just starting on the vetoed bills. SB877 currently.

    ETA:
    877 passed.
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    SB 1035 is up in the Senate...not holding my breath.

    24-16...not 2/3rds majority.
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    bnkrazy wrote:
    SB 1035 is up in the Senate...not holding my breath.
    Nope. 24 Yea 16 No

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    Hanger did a good job but it was decided in advance. Marsh made an ass out of himself....as usual.

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    Marsh made an ass out of himself....as usual.
    I never really paid any attention to, but he seems like a moron lol.



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    Online training passed

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    Law enforcement qualification passes Senate

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    Saslaw made a motion to vote on all the house bills in a block. Then he got hungry and asked for a recess. They're out until 7:20

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    What do ya'll mean by "passed"? Was the veto overridden?

    Trying to search for the answers while asking here at the same time.
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    Tess wrote:
    What do ya'll mean by "passed"? Was the veto overridden?

    Trying to search for the answers while asking here at the same time.
    Overridden...but I'm only watching the Senate. They just passed a block of House bills that accepted the Governors amendments.

    On the Veto's the vote is to override so Passed means ti was overridden, On the amendments, passed means they accepted the amendments.

    I'm not sure what was in the block. Maybe someone else was faster taking notes.

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    Edit: The House voted to over ride the veto of SB877, SB1528, and HB2528.

    Edit: The Senate failed to over ride the veto ofSB877 and HB 2528. I have yet to see a Senate vote on 1528.



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    1528 is a done deal then!

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    Saslaw needs to be voted OUT!

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    Saslaw is calling HB1851 a loophole. He said when he was in the military he didn't use a gun. He also said they could go to a gun show and buy one without a background check or have a friend buy one for him:X

    Marsh is saying it's only to allow non residents to buy more than one gun a month:X:X

    They failed to overide 1851

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    peter nap wrote:
    or have a friend buy one for him
    So Saslaw is encouraging military members from out of state to engage in straw purchases?

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    nakedshoplifter wrote:
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    or have a friend buy one for him
    So Saslaw is encouraging military members from out of state to engage in straw purchases?
    yep, he said "I know It's Illegal but everybody does it"


    HB2528 just failed

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    The Senate is finished!

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    peter nap wrote:
    nakedshoplifter wrote:
    peter nap wrote:
    or have a friend buy one for him
    So Saslaw is encouraging military members from out of state to engage in straw purchases?
    yep, he said "I know It's Illegal but everybody does it"


    HB2528 just failed
    We need that recording!!!

    That should play very well come next election.

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    If I am equal to another, how can I legitimately govern him without his express individual consent?

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    Citizen wrote:
    We need that recording!!!
    Wanna FOIA the video? I'll go in 50/50 for the costs!

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    Deleted. -NSL

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