Washington: NRA Backs Lawsuit to Prevent Public Database of Gun Owners

| April 24, 2019

Washington: NRA Backs Lawsuit to Prevent Public Database of Gun Owners

On April 23rd, NRA backed the filing of a lawsuit to prevent the public disclosure of the names and addresses of gun owners who voluntarily surrendered their bump-fire stocks for compensation in the program administered by the Washington State Patrol.  Recently, an anti-gun activist filed a public records request in order to build a searchable database of those who previously owned these firearm accessories and surrendered them in good faith.

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

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