Virginia governor declares state of emergency following threats over gun reforms

Governor Ralph Northam issued a state of emergency on Wednesday that bars any weapons from the Richmond’s Capitol Square from Friday to Tuesday.
0:19 | 01/16/20

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Virginia's governor has declared state of emergency over threats armed militia groups planned to storm the capital the emergency order comes ahead of a gun rights rallies scheduled for Monday. Protesting several gun control bills under consideration by the state legislature the order also includes a temporary ban. Idol offense from capitol grounds from Tuesday Friday through Tuesday.

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