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Well, the lights are off the house, the Christmas tree is down, 2022 is off to a start and here we are in WA fighting the 13th day into 2022.

Write and call your Reps. Most of all, remember to vote!!!
 

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Did we expect anything less from our state house?

This one is going to be a battle. Don't know that the AWB will get much traction, but doing away with the state preemption will probably garner much support among the hoplophobes in the legislature. Otherwise, they're just looking to make bubblegum that's already illegal more illegal. It's crazy, the lack of common sense and critical thinking skills among those our populace sends to Olympia.
 

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Did we expect anything less from our state house?

This one is going to be a battle. Don't know that the AWB will get much traction, but doing away with the state preemption will probably garner much support among the hoplophobes in the legislature. Otherwise, they're just looking to make bubblegum that's already illegal more illegal. It's crazy, the lack of common sense and critical thinking skills among those our populace sends to Olympia.
Don't be so sure about the AWB
Inslee moved a pro gun democrat senator to Secretary of State (IIRC) and replaced him with an anti-gun lickspittle stooge. That may prove to be the edge the left needs.
This is a serious threat
 
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"We cannot run the risk of leaving any part of our democratic process from school board meetings to ballot counting vulnerable to gun violence," said Mayor of Olympia, Cheryl Selby.
When are these bubbleguming morons going to realize that if someone wants to shoot a place up, they're not going to stop because it's a gun free zone? I'm really starting to get into the mindset that the only way to deal with these people is with ropes instead of voting. It's all so tiresome.
 
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Don't let it rattle you...it's what they want. As a collective group, we stand up and say NO, we don't care what you pass as law, we won't comply...now go fornicate thyself, and the steed upon which you didst arrive!

 
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The WA state House bill on magazine limits is now moving forward as SB 5078. Originally filed a year ago with a 10 round max limit, as it stands today it is defined as more than 17 rounds. If passed, it becomes effective within 90 days. If you own a mag with more than 17 rounds after the effective date, you are grandfathered in and can keep it, however you can only use it at home, place of business, or a range. It must be unloaded and locked up during transport.

Between the recent changes in the legislature, and the (not my word) “reasonable” 17 round limit, this is more likely to pass than the last five consecutive years. Don’t get defeated, make your voices heard by your local representative. Speak out!
 
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