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Virginia: Board nixes firearm ban for recreational areas in Tazewell County
The "no firearms" sign posted at the Cavitt's Creek Recreation Park is coming down. An already advertised public hearing Tuesday by the Tazewell County Board of Supervisors on a proposed ordinance that would allow citizens with a concealed weapons permit to carry a firearm in county parks and recreation areas was essential rendered void Tuesday after the board learned of an earlier adopted state ordinance.

Read About It: The Daily Telegraph (Bluefield, W.V.)

Posted: 10/7/2010 9:55:58 AM

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