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01/31/2019, 11:03:10

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WA: Yakima County sheriff won’t enforce new gun law
Submitted by:">Mark A. Taff

Yakima County Sheriff Bob Udell has joined the ranks of law enforcement officers who say they will not enforce the new Washington gun control initiative that places stiff requirements on the sale and purchase of semiautomatic rifles.

“I just do not believe that it falls within the Constitution — not the state or federal constitutions,” Udell said Wednesday. “I don’t like it. It’s not aimed at who’s committing crimes.”

WA: Franklin, Yakima counties join others in refusing to enforce new gun law
Submitted by:">Mark A. Taff

Officials in Yakima County and Franklin County say they are joining the growing movement against enforcement of a new state initiative that places stiff requirements on the sale and ownership of semi-automatic rifles.

"We will not actively enforce this law," Yakima County Sheriff Robert Udell said of Initiative 1639.

WA: Adams County sheriff says he won't enforce I-1639
Submitted by:">Mark A. Taff

Adams County Sheriff Dale Wagner is joining a growing list of sheriffs across the state saying they will not enforce Initiative 1639.

“Upon being sworn in as the Adams County sheriff, I have sworn to uphold the United States Constitution as well as the Washington State constitution to the best of my ability,” Wagner said Wednesday. “I have a duty to serve those in my community and protect their rights under the Constitution. As of now, I-1639 appears to violate the Second Amendment of (the) Constitution of the United States.

WA: Several Washington counties, sheriff's take issue with state gun law: '1639 is unconstitutional'
Submitted by:">Mark A. Taff

The fight over a Washington gun law passed by voters last November has caught the eye of several county sheriff’s saying they don’t plan to enforce the law calling it unconstitutional.

Initiative 1639 passed with 60 percent of Washington voters saying yes. The initiative bars the sale of semi-automatic rifles to people under 21 and it bars the sale to people who do not live in Washington. The law also requires buyers to pass an enhanced background check and prove they’ve taken a firearms training course.


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