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    Thumbs up Constitutional Carry passes WV Senate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Collins View Post
    Do they have an override option?
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    Quote Originally Posted by William Tell View Post
    Do they have an override option?
    Yes but session is out so it is highly unlikely they will be able to get enough legislators to demand a special session in order to override the veto.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt Collins View Post
    Yes but session is out so it is highly unlikely they will be able to get enough legislators to demand a special session in order to override the veto.
    Not cool!

    Good news. It will be back.
    He is promising to bring the proposal up again during next year’s Regular Legislative Session.

    “We’ll do it again next year and we’ll make sure we do it early enough that he can veto it next year and the same thing that happened with the pain capable bill will happen with this bill,” Folk said, referencing this year’s legislative override of Gov. Tomblin’s veto of the bill that would have banned abortions in West Virginia after 20 weeks.

    Del. Rupie Phillips (D-Logan, 24) supported the legislation in the House of Delegates and promised to do so again.

    “We spent a lot of time on this issue and I hate that we’re going to have to spend time again on it at the beginning of next year’s session,” Phillips said.
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