Hunting Bills Headed To Gov.

Proposals Eye Sunday Ban, Orange Wear

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Posted: February 19, 2014

Walter “Dubby” Carr, owner of Dubby’s Fishing and Hunting on Waterman Drive, examines blaze orange gear on Tuesday. A bill has passed the state Senate requiring blaze orange to be worn while hunting during muzzle-loader season until reaching a stationary position. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
“Dubby” Carr, at Dubby’s Fishing and Hunting, doesn’t believe a bill requiring hunters to wear orange during muzzle-loader season will save lives.

HARRISONBURG — The state Senate on Tuesday sent a pair of hunting bills to Gov. Terry McAuliffe, including one that overturns Virginia’s ban on Sunday hunting.

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