Washington: House Committee Public Hearing on Anti-Gun Bills Tomorrow

Gun Rights

Tomorrow, February 16th, the House Civil Rights & Judiciary Committee will hold a public hearing on SB 5985, concerning background checks, and SB 5444, concerning sensitive places. The hearings will take place at 10:30am, and you can register to testify in the hearing in-person or remotely by using this testimony page.

If you are unable to attend this hearing, please use the Take Action button to contact the committee members directly and urge them to OPPOSE these bills.

SB 5985 codifies the unconstitutional provisions of Washington’s recent ban on commonly-owned firearms into the section of state code on background checks.

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SB 5444 increases “gun-free zones” in many publicly accessible areas. Nothing in the bill requires these “sensitive places” have any measures to protect citizens and prevent armed criminals from ignoring this arbitrary boundary and entering, such as metal detectors, security guards, or a police presence. There have been considerable amendments to the bill since arriving in the House, but the NRA is still in strong opposition.

Again, please consider participating in the hearing and click the Take Action button above to ask committee members to OPPOSE these bills.

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