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07/19/2018 09:52 PM
Concerns arise over Initiative 1639 petition format
Significant concerns have been raised about whether the format of the I-1639 petition sheets complies fully with Washington’s constitutional and statutory requirements.

07/19/2018 07:50 PM
Washington: I-1639 petition flaw: can anyone fix it?
Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman is in a dilemma over Initiative 1639. What is a problem is that I-1639 petitions – signed by more than 360,000 voters and filed with the Office of Secretary of State for verification – look flawed.   Wyman says the law requires a readable copy of the initiative text on the back of petitions. But the I-1639 language was in a tiny, hard-to-read font, which leaves her “concerned” that a precedent is set if she ignores it. The second-term Republican said the petitions also failed to clearly mark initiative language that would be new in state law if I-1639 passes. The standard is for initiatives to underline any new language and to run a line through any wording to be repealed.

07/19/2018 04:47 PM
California: Federal Court Upholds Decision to Block California’s Magazine Ban
A three-judge panel of the 9th Circuit issued a ruling in the case of Duncan v. Becerra on Tuesday upholding a lower court’s decision to suspend enforcement of California’s restriction on the possession of magazines that hold 10 rounds or more.

07/19/2018 03:07 PM
More Washington cities consider gun storage mandates
Communities not far from Seattle are now considering their own safe gun storage regulations after the Emerald City passed its own.

07/19/2018 03:06 PM
Utah lawmakers debate requiring gun locks
The National Rifle Association attacked the proposal Wednesday, and the Legislature’s Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Interim Committee held a long discussion about whether it would infringe too much on gun owners’ rights, and whether it would actually prevent suicide.

07/18/2018 04:25 PM
California: Gun control activists call for end to gun shows at Cow Palace
Prior attempts to shut down the guns shows locally have been largely unsuccessful, including 2013 legislation that would have required approval by local authorities. That legislation was vetoed by Gov. Jerry Brown.

07/18/2018 04:24 PM
Campaign manager quits after video shows candidate secretly backing gun ban
The campaign manager of a Democrat seeking a U.S. House seat in upstate New York quit the campaign Tuesday, after a video showed the candidate saying she wouldn't publicly endorse a ban on certain firearms -- for fear that she’d lose the election.

07/18/2018 04:24 PM
Oregon: Pro-Second Amendment measure to appear on Klamath ballot
Petitioners collected enough signatures to place a pro-Second Amendment measure on the November ballot in Klamath County.