RED HOT ACTION ALERT! "Unlawful Detention of US Citizens, HB 1160"
This bill protects Virginians from National Defense Authorization Act....Patron Bob Marshall asked for help to work this bill being heard this (Weds) afternoon. Please call and email ALL of these Delegates!!! (Introduced by: Robert G. Marshall | all patrons) Delegate Salvatore R. Iaquinto (R) - House District 84 (804) 698-1084 Delegate Terry G. Kilgore (R) - House District (804) 698-1001
SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED: Unlawful detention of United States citizens. Prevents any agency, political subdivision, employee, or member of the military of Virginia from assisting an agency or the armed forces of the United States in the investigation, prosecution, or detainment of a United States citizen in violation of the Constitution of Virginia.
Bill:1. That § 46.2-906.1 of the Code of Virginia is amended and reenacted as follows:
§ 46.2-906.1. Riders of bicycles, electric personal assistive mobility devices, toy vehicles, and electric power-assisted bicycles to wear helmets.
The governing body of any county, city or town may, by ordinance, provide that every Every person 14 years of age or younger shall wear a protective helmet that at least meets the Consumer Product Safety Commission ASTM International standard whenever riding or being carried on a bicycle, an electric personal assistive mobility device, a toy vehicle, or an electric power-assisted bicycle on any highway as defined in § 46.2-100, sidewalk, or public bicycle path.
Violation of any such ordinance this section shall be punishable by a fine of $25. However, such fine shall be suspended (i) for first-time violators and (ii) for violators who, subsequent to the violation but prior to imposition of the fine, purchase helmets of the type required by the ordinance.
Violation of any such ordinance this section shall not constitute negligence, or assumption of risk, be considered in mitigation of damages of whatever nature, be admissible in evidence, or be the subject of comment by counsel in any action for the recovery of damages arising out of the operation of any bicycle, electric personal assistive mobility device, toy vehicle, or electric power-assisted bicycle, nor shall anything in this section change any existing law, rule, or procedure pertaining to any civil action.
12 Gun Bills: Please contact: B Stanley, 804 698 7520 email firstname.lastname@example.org;F Ruff, 804 698 7515 email email@example.com SB 4, Senator Stuart, Castle Doctrine & SB 64, Senator Stanley, Castle Doctrine (VCDL are neutral) SB 67, Senator Stanley, removes option for localities to fingerprint first time CHP applicants; SB 323, Senator Carrico, repeals One Handgun a Month; SB 563, Senator Ruff, cleans up some minor issues in the concealed weapon code SB 612, Senator Black, moves long gun to the federal NICS system from the Virginia Instant Check system to improve the amount of time needed to run background checks; & SB 670, Senator Garrett, removes option for localities to fingerprint first time CHP applicants (VCDL All are Strongly Supported); SB 224, Senator Herring, makes it easier to disarm someone for LIFE who is convicted of MISDEMEANOR domestic violence; SB 379, Senator McEachin, makes private firearm sales illegal; SB 554, Senator Favola, disarms someone with an emergency protection order without due process; & SB 648, Senator McEachin, adds yet another penalty to a gun owner who is in possession of a gun while intoxicated (VCDL All are Strongly Opposed)