gun control

Defense Distributed’s 3D printed gun, The Liberator. Photo by Vvzvlad/Wikimedia Commons

Washington Leads Legal Challenge Banning Access to 3D Printed Guns

The AG’s office plans to file a lawsuit blocking a website from disseminating digital firearm files.

 

King County Council is proposing measures that would impact gun storage and sales. Photo by zaphad1/Flickr

King County Councilmembers Push Safe Storage Gun Regulation

Gun rights groups have threatened legal action over the measure.

 

Activists rally at the I-1639 ballot drop even on July 6. Photo courtesy Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility

Does Washington Need a ‘Surgeon General’s Warning’ for Guns?

Initiative 1639 would require something similar on paperwork for firearms purchases.

 

March for Our Lives Seattle founders Emilia Allard (right) and Rhiannon Rasaretnam (left) spoke at the rally on March 24, 2018. Photo by Melissa Hellmann

Gun Control May Be Headed to the Ballot Box Again

A ballot initiative could restrict semi-automatic weapon sales, including raising the purchase age to 21.

March for Our Lives Seattle founders Emilia Allard (right) and Rhiannon Rasaretnam (left) spoke at the rally on March 24, 2018. Photo by Melissa Hellmann
Students gathered at Seattle Center at the end of the March for Our Lives demonstration on March 24, 2018. Photo by Melissa Hellmann

Students Against Gun Violence Speak Out at March for Our Lives

Thousands of demonstrators gathered together in Seattle on Saturday to demand safer schools.

Students gathered at Seattle Center at the end of the March for Our Lives demonstration on March 24, 2018. Photo by Melissa Hellmann
Rep. Kristine Reeves (D-Federal Way) battled tears during the House floor debate on a bill to ban bump stocks, while her colleague Rep. Tana Senn (D- Mercer Island) turned to comfort her. Photo by Taylor McAvoy

Washington State Legislature Moves Closer to Bump Stock Ban

The device that increases a gun’s rate of fire has been used in mass shootings.

Rep. Kristine Reeves (D-Federal Way) battled tears during the House floor debate on a bill to ban bump stocks, while her colleague Rep. Tana Senn (D- Mercer Island) turned to comfort her. Photo by Taylor McAvoy