RICHMOND — Legislation that will legalize Sunday hunting on private property in Virginia is on its way to Gov. Terry McAuliffe, who plans to sign it into law.
The Senate voted Tuesday to pass a Sunday hunting bill (HB 1237) that already had cleared the House of Delegates. The legislation will allow hunting on private property during designated seasons by hunters who have a landowner’s written permission. It will prohibit hunting within 200 yards of a place of worship. Click Link Below For Full Story