sherriffs getting pissed

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  1. cmica

    cmica
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    http://mynorthwest.com/11/2639148/Sheri ... und-checks

    Clallam County Sheriff: Stop calling about gun background check measures


    Just two days after voters passed I-594 expanding gun background checks in Washington state, the Clallam County Sheriff's Office says it's been overrun by people calling with questions and concerns.

    Officials are pleading with people to stop.

    "I had probably a dozen calls alone this morning," says Kaylene Zellar with the Clallam County Sheriff's Office.

    Zellar says many of the people calling don't seem to realize the law wouldn't take effect until next year after the legislature reviews the measure and makes it official.

    "It's citizens who don't want to break the law and they're trying to figure out how they can manage their firearms in their home without being in violation," she says.

    The calls are getting in the way of the department handling emergencies, Zellar says.

    "We don't have any information that would be helpful to them because we don't know exactly what the state law is going to entail," she says. "So we're asking people to stop calling."





    :s0115: we need to keep calling even "king" and bug the bubblegum out of satterburg this is only the beginning
    King County Prosecuting Attorney's Office
    King County Courthouse, Room W554
    516 Third Avenue
    Seattle, WA 98104-2362
    (206) 296-9000

    http://www.kingcounty.gov/Prosecutor/contactus.aspx
     
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  2. Bazooka Joe

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    Everything I've seen says it takes effect next month. Here's KUOW
     
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  3. cmica

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    yes supposedly on dec 4th
    30 days after the election.
     
  4. Bazooka Joe

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    I actually contacted the Clallam County Sheriff's office about it and here is part of their response to me.

     
  5. Dyjital

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    Cloward-Piven the system.

    Role reversal this time. Do it and flood the system until it breaks!
     
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  6. Brigadier

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    Boo-firiggin'-hoo. The sheriffs' shoulda been more proactive about it BEFORE 11/4. They want to be the enforcement arm of the .gov, well, there you go. Deal with it.
     
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  7. ZA_Survivalist

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    Well this is what those SOB leaders in Washington wanted.. Inundate the bubblegum out of the system. It'll die down soon enough..
    But still.

    I hope they unplug the phone it gets so busy.
     
  8. Riot

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    "We have to sign it to see what's in it..."

    -Every Dumb Liberal, Ever
     
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  9. TastyWheat87

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    I bubbleguming loled.

    ...but isn't "every dumb liberal" like saying all wet water?
     

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