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As the debate over stricter gun laws is raging in the state capital, Richmond, Virginia, West Virginia legislators have signed on new laws, would the State accept, outrageous Virginia counties and cities that want to join Mountain. West Virginia delegate Gary Howell describes this new law, and if he agrees, with some critics claiming that a second civil war is coming.
A West Virginia legislator is to allow the spearhead of an effort to, the Virginia counties of upset leave, of any proposed gun control legislation to to to your condition and together with their Western neighbors.
West Virginia, a Democrat, in contrast to Virginia-led government, controlled by the Republicans in the house, the Senate and governor’s mansion.
GOP house member Gary Howell, Chairman of the Committee on governmental organization, told Fox News that in 43 out of 100 West Virginia house members are sponsoring a resolution that West Virginia will accept some of the largely rural Virginia counties unhappy with how things are going in Richmond.
“It is probably originally started as a way just to give you moral support, but it has been snowballing and we get all kinds of information of people and a lot of questions, ‘How do we do that?’ “What must we do?'” Howell said. “It was pretty serious, that some of these countries actually want to wanna leave, join the state of West Virginia, and we welcome them in.”
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“The parts of Virginia that are more like West Virginia and much less like the I-95 corridor, and the tidewater region, they are the ones who reach out to us,” Howell said. “As you get closer to the urban areas, the matched more with big government, a little less freedom, and we do not see those who come in, over.”
Howell says, somewhere between 30 and 46 counties could potentially to West Virginia – secession of Virginia to the time of the civil war, due to disagreements about slavery – to the offer
“We see our brothers really attacked, our way of life. What we appreciate here in West Virginia we, and parts of Virginia treasure, the way of life,” Howell said of the areas, which could join the state.
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The text of the resolution requires the Virginia jurisdictions of West Virginia to participate to their citizens to vote on the proposal before Aug. 1. West Virginia voters would then have to accept the possibility of these areas in a country-wide referendum during the General election in November.
Howell said the taxes, and pro-life legislation could also be reasons why the rural areas in Virginia would want to to his condition.
Go to “give you the option somewhere, where you have mastered the Art can be, how you want to be,” he said. “This can prevent a trend in the future, civil unrest in our country.”
Fox News’ Sam Dorman and the Associated Press contributed to this report.