Washington: NRA Testifies Against Home Insurance Requirement Bill

Gun Rights

On Monday, January 29th, NRA testified in opposition to SB 5963which would require an individual who owns a firearm to obtain residential insurance as a homeowner or a renter.

The bill was scheduled for an executive session and potential vote in the Senate Law and Justice Committee on, January 30th, but was removed from the executive session calendar following the public hearing. Generally, bills must be voted out of their policy committee by today Wednesday, 1/31 to advance in the legislative session. 

NRA will provide an update on any changes and final status of this bill. Please sign up for alerts to receive up to date information.

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