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Just to review, Senate Bill 693 (SB693) would make Trap, Neuter, Return (TNR) legal in the state of Virginia.  SB693 was reported from the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Conservation and Natural Resources with a Substitute bill (SB693S1) on January 29, 2015.  The Substitute bill will now be placed on the Senate calendar and will be voted on by the full Senate.  If the bill passes the Senate, it will then be sent to the House of Delegates, where the bill will be referred to a Committee.  If the bill is reported out of the House Committee, it will be placed on the House calendar and will be voted on by the full House.  If the bill passes the House, it will then be sent to the Governor for his review.  The Governor may sign the bill, amend the bill, or veto the bill. Laws that are passed usually become effective on July 1 of the year that they are passed.