Most of an article about how one Virginia county made it difficult for Beretta to expand an existing distribution center has nothing to do with new VA Governor Terry McAuliffe. However, a couple of paragraphs caught my eye. From

Beretta announced last week that it will open a manufacturing plant in Gallatin, Tenn., that will create 300 new jobs. The business said it refused to consider expanding in Maryland, where its U.S. headquarters is located, in light of stricter gun laws that the state passed last year.

Virginia had been one of seven states under consideration for the new plant. Reh said last year that the company had looked at sites in Warrenton and Caroline County.

But he said in an email this week that the election of Terry McAuliffe as governor “did not help any Virginia site in our evaluation.” He accused McAuliffe of running an “anti-gun campaign” in Northern Virginia.

Another Democrat killing jobs, even before he took office.