The Vampire Right Amendment, also known as VRA, is a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution that if approved and ratified would give vampires equal rights to humans in the United States only. The main supporters of the bill are the American Vampire League and Senator William Bradford.
One of the most important events of the Pro-VRA campaign was 2008's Tru Blood Rally in Washington, D.C.
In Karma, when Bill went to an attorney to will his house to Jessica, the attorney mentioned that the VRA did not pass.
The VRA has received strong opposition from freshman Congressman David Finch, other conservative elected officials, and organizations such as the Fellowship of the Sun. The main fear of the opposition is that recognizing equal rights to vampires would lead to the "vampirization" of America.
Vampire Rights MentionedEdit
- Vampires are able to own not only their own homes, but public spaces as well; Eric Northman, for example, owns Fangtasia.
- Vampires have their own hotels, such as Hotel Carmilla in Dallas, which caters to Vampires.
- Vampires have their own airline, Anubis Air Airlines, equipped with specialty coffins for flight.
- Vampires can also marry in some states, as we see Bill Compton proposing to Sookie Stackhouse.
- Vampires have the right to own businesses.
- Vampire curfew will be removed.