Gov. Jay Inslee and former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords fist-bump Saturday at a rally with supporters of Initiative 1491 at First United Methodist Church in Seattle. The initiative would allow families and law enforcement to petition a court to suspend a person’s access to firearms if they are deemed a danger to themselves or others. Giffords, who in 2011 was severely injured in a mass shooting near Tucson, has worked to promote gun-control legislation.
Gov. Jay Inslee and former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords fist-bump Saturday at a rally with supporters of Initiative 1491 at First United Methodist Church in Seattle. The initiative would allow families and law enforcement to petition a court to suspend a person’s access to firearms if they are deemed a danger to themselves or others. Giffords, who in 2011 was severely injured in a mass shooting near Tucson, has worked to promote gun-control legislation. Alan Berner The Seattle Times
Gov. Jay Inslee and former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords fist-bump Saturday at a rally with supporters of Initiative 1491 at First United Methodist Church in Seattle. The initiative would allow families and law enforcement to petition a court to suspend a person’s access to firearms if they are deemed a danger to themselves or others. Giffords, who in 2011 was severely injured in a mass shooting near Tucson, has worked to promote gun-control legislation. Alan Berner The Seattle Times

Gabby Giffords, Jay Inslee promote gun initiative at Seattle rally

October 22, 2016 8:20 PM