Washington State Republican Party Says Vote NO on Anti-gun Initiative 594

Vote No on Initiative 594
Vote No on Initiative 594
NRA-ILA
NRA – ILA

Charlotte, NC –-(Ammoland.com)- Last week Washington State Republican Party issued a press release formally opposing Washington’s anti-gun Initiative 594.

Drafted under the guise of preventing crime and funded almost solely by elitist billionaires with a proud background of stifling the Second Amendment, I-594 is an 18-page document that does nothing but impose heavy legal burdens on law-abiding gun owners and serious penalties for violations.

These anti-gun billionaires believe that they can buy your rights out from under you, and I-594 is their attempt at doing so.  I-594 will do nothing to make the people of Washington any safer, but will instead create bureaucratic hurdles that could turn law-abiding gun owners into criminals simply for exercising their constitutional rights.

By adopting a resolution outlining the problems inherent in the language of Initiative 594 and resolving to oppose the initiative, Washington Republicans add their name to the growing, bipartisan list of those who are opposed to I-594 including rank-and-file law enforcement, county sheriffs, elected Democratic and Republican state legislators, hunters & sportsmen, competitive shooters and firearm safety professionals.

For more information on Initiative 594, please visit www.VOTENO594.com.

Paid for by National Rifle Association of America Washingtonians Opposed to I 594, 11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, VA  22030.  Pursuant to WAC 390-18-025(1), the Top Five Contributors are:  National Rifle Association of America

 

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Steve
Steve
5 years ago

What is possible wrong with letting the person who sold your privacy out to the NSA and the Blooming Idiot that wants to tell you what to eat and drink who are surrounded by body guards limiting your right to bear arms.

Sosalty
Sosalty
5 years ago

No Republican support and it’s funded by outsiders. It’d be a sad commentary on WA citizens if they are so easily manipulated.

D. Murphy
D. Murphy
5 years ago

Let me guess, this is a democratic sponsored bill?

Baker
Baker
5 years ago

Those days left the door in the 30’s. Things are just getting in motion. Wait another 10-15 years and you will see what “rights” are.

Craig
Craig
5 years ago

Welcome to the days where money can buy infringement of your constitutional rights !