RICHMOND Va. Gun-control opponents in northern Virginia said they would carry unconcealed weapons into alcohol-serving restaurants every Saturday during April to disprove a political adversary’s assertions that restaurants will turn away armed patrons. Virginia’s House and Senate passed legislation earlier this month that allowed people to carry concealed weapons in restaurants that serve alcohol. But Gov. Timothy Kaine vetoed the bill last week, saying it would endanger restaurant ...
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