Washington: Anti-Gun Bill Could be Voted On Any Minute

| March 12, 2013

Washington: Anti-Gun Bill Could be Voted On Any Minute

The state House of Representatives was supposed to start debating House Bill 1588 four hours ago, but the controversy surrounding this issue has brought everything to a halt in Olympia.  However, since this anti-gun bill must pass in the state House by 5:00 pm tomorrow to stay “alive” for this legislative session, it could be voted on any minute.  It is critical that you call AND e-mail your state representatives IMMEDIATELY and urge them to oppose HB 1588, the so-called “universal background check” bill. There can be no compromises, and no deals struck!  

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Originally posted at http://www.nraila.org/

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