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McAuliffe exercises first veto against gun bill from Del. Cline

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Posted: Tuesday, March 18, 2014 11:01 pm

Gov. Terry McAuliffe used his veto power for the first time Tuesday, rejecting a bill that would have made it clear all legitimate gun owners could carry a weapon in an unlocked glove box or console of their cars.

The action is a clear message about guns and Second Amendment issues from the Democratic governor, who openly supported more gun control during his campaign last fall.

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