Washington: Senate Committee to Host Special Session on Gun Violence

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On Wednesday, June 16, the Senate Law and Justice Committee is hosting a special work session on “Gun Violence Prevention Strategies”. IMG iStock-884168778

U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- On Wednesday, June 16, the Senate Law and Justice Committee is hosting a special work session on “Gun Violence Prevention Strategies”.  The discussion will include an overview of firearm laws enacted since I-594; gun violence prevention strategies, gaps & challenges; updates on the Centralized Firearms Background Check Program; and Public Records Act exemptions regarding concealed pistol licenses.

While there is no opportunity for public input, your NRA-ILA has been invited to present as a panelist and will work to ensure that our Second Amendment rights are not infringed upon.

To view the work session’s agenda, click here.  If you are interested in watching the work session, it can be viewed on the state website here.

Please stay-tuned to NRA-ILA Alerts for more information and updates in the Evergreen State.


About NRA-ILA:

Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the “lobbying” arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess, and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Visit: www.nra.org

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Briley
Briley
1 month ago

What is needed is someone with a little common sense intelligence and energy to lay bare the fallacies of “gun control.” Gun crime: Make the legislature aware of who did it, and there be no hiding ethnicity, race, and affiliations. Detail why the shooting or gun crime was done – gang, robbery, domestic dispute, etc. And, of course, where did the gun come from – straw purchase, stolen, imported by gangs. Taxing and/or punishing law abiding gun owners: these people are not the criminal committing crime so why are they being taxed! Get the answer straight from the legislator’s mouth.… Read more »

USMC0351Grunt
USMC0351Grunt
1 month ago

A do nothing senate taking on a non-existent issue, what so noteworthy about this?

Pa John
Pa John
1 month ago

There is no such thing as “gun violence”, just as there is no such thing as “chair violence” or “rock violence”, even if somebody hits you with a chair or throws rocks at you. Those would be cases of PEOPLE committing violent assault, and there are causes like poverty and gang violence and such that can be addressed to discover how it is that PEOPLE are driven to become violent offenders, but there is simply no such thing as inanimate object violence. To insist otherwise is to push a silly fantasy rather than to look at actual real world causes.… Read more »

RJL
RJL
1 month ago

Gun Violence, is created by violent criminals, not Law abiding Constitutional Citizens… When Will These Lefty/Communists understand this?

TEEBONE
TEEBONE
1 month ago

Any time the gov’t gets together to ‘discuss’ gun stuff, it’s time to be worried.

We’d all be a lot better off if the gov’t would just STFU and leave the Constitution to work as designed.

nrringlee
nrringlee
1 month ago

Fact Free Zone.

CourageousLion
CourageousLion
1 month ago

Actually preventing gun violence is easy. Lock your guns in a safe or somewhere that they can’t escape from and go out and shoot innocent bystanders. I tried a test once and left my shotgun out of the safe for about 5 years and either it’s a very friendly shotgun or else it might be handicapped because not once did it go out and commit violence. Someone needs to get their heads out of their behinds. It isn’t “gun violence” it is PEOPLE VIOLENCE. And some use guns to commit their violence. More use hammers and feet or a bat.… Read more »

Last edited 1 month ago by CourageousLion
jukk0u
jukk0u
1 month ago
Reply to  CourageousLion

“gun” violence (eye roll)

stick
stick
1 month ago

Oh, well, if the NRA is going to be there…

Last edited 1 month ago by stick
Arny
Arny
1 month ago

No public input but yet the NRA will be there to decide on what rights people will give up without a fight.

Arizona
Arizona
1 month ago

How to prevent murders and shootings? 1) arm up the citizenry: an armed society is a polite society, and thugs don’t want to attack armed folks: 2) arrest and jail criminals. Not release them. Not no-bail policies. Not failure to prosecute. Not emptying prisons for the flu.

Superman
Superman
1 month ago
Reply to  Arizona

Good ideas but never going to fly here in deep blue Washington state. But thanks for playing.

CourageousLion
CourageousLion
1 month ago
Reply to  Superman

Why? A lot of Washington is Red. I lived in the Colville area and it was very red.

Superman
Superman
1 month ago
Reply to  CourageousLion

‘I can see all of the votes I need from the top of the Space Needle’ – Former U.S. Senator Henry ‘Scoop’ Jackson. ‘Nuff said.

CourageousLion
CourageousLion
1 month ago
Reply to  Arizona

Bring back the State Militias so we can all be armed up with M4 rifles.

TEEBONE
TEEBONE
1 month ago
Reply to  Arizona

You left out 3) arrest and convict rogue prosecutors who let dirtballs go and oppress everyone else.