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An effort to ban assault weapons in Virginia has failed Allana wise of member station W. A. M. U. reports Republicans in the legislature scored a victory for democratic lawmakers broke party lines in Virginia Senate Judiciary Committee killing the Democrats supported bell the proposal which would have banned high capacity magazines and so called assault weapons we now go to the state crime commission for study in a statement one of the dissenting dems senator Scott storable said the session had neither the time nor the votes to pass the bill the move comes as a blow to stay Democrats who had attributed much of their historic success in the last election to an emphasis on gun safety measures Monday's rejected bill was one of eight measures proposed by governor Ralph Northam a Democrat to curb gun violence for NPR news I'm Allana