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Henry Marsh III's Voting Records on Issue: Guns

Virginia Key Votes

Date Bill No. Bill Title Outcome Vote
Feb. 18, 2014 HB 1237 Authorizes Hunting on Sundays Bill Passed - Senate
(28 - 11)
Yea
Feb. 14, 2013 SB 1335 Prohibits Disclosure of Concealed Firearm Permit Information Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate
(31 - 9)
Yea
Feb. 20, 2012 HB 48 Authorizing Physical Force Against Intruders Bill Passed - Senate
(24 - 16)
Nay
Feb. 13, 2012 HB 940 Repeals Purchase Limit for Handguns Bill Passed - Senate
(21 - 19)
Nay
Feb. 6, 2012 SB 323 Repeals Purchase Limit for Handguns Bill Passed - Senate
(21 - 19)
Nay
Jan. 26, 2012 SB 464 Authorizes Hunting on Sundays Bill Passed - Senate
(29 - 11)
Yea
March 10, 2010 HB 505 Authorizing Concealed Firearms in Establishments that Serve Alcohol Bill Passed - Senate
(25 - 15)
Nay
March 10, 2010 HB 885 Authorizing Concealed Firearms in Vehicles Bill Passed - Senate
(24 - 16)
Nay
Feb. 16, 2010 SB 334 Authorizing Concealed Handguns in Establishments that Serve Alcohol Bill Passed - Senate
(22 - 18)
Nay
Feb. 16, 2010 SB 408 Gun Regulation Modifications Bill Passed - Senate
(24 - 16)
Nay
Feb. 25, 2009 SB 1035 Allowing Guns in Alcohol-Serving Establishments Concurrence Vote Passed - Senate
(22 - 16)
Nay
Feb. 4, 2009 SB 1257 Background Checks for Gun Show Purchases Bill Failed - Senate
(19 - 21)
Yea
Feb. 12, 2008 SB 476 Prohibiting Drinking with a Concealed Weapon Bill Passed - Senate
(24 - 15)
Nay
Feb. 11, 2008 SB 436 Concealed Weapons in Vehicles Bill Passed - Senate
(31 - 9)
Nay
April 4, 2007 Sub HB 2348 Extension of "Triggerman Rule" Veto Override Failed - Senate
(24 - 14)
Nay

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