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Virginia Gov. Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of Gun Rights Rally

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Virginia Gov. Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of Gun Rights RallyWatch VideoVirginia Gov. Ralph Northam issued a temporary emergency declaration ahead of a gun rights rally in Richmond on Jan. 20. 

The state of emergency bans firearms and other weapons from the Virginia State Capitol grounds. It'll go into effect Friday and will last until Tuesday evening.
Northam said he made the...
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The state of emergency bans firearms and other weapons from the Virginia State Capitol grounds.

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