A mother and daughter visit a memorial site in Mukilteo after the July 2016 house party slaying of three young people by a 19-year-old with an assault weapon. In Washington, as in most states, he was able to buy and possess the weapon legally even though he’s not 21.
A mother and daughter visit a memorial site in Mukilteo after the July 2016 house party slaying of three young people by a 19-year-old with an assault weapon. In Washington, as in most states, he was able to buy and possess the weapon legally even though he’s not 21. Ken Lambert AP file photo, 2016
A mother and daughter visit a memorial site in Mukilteo after the July 2016 house party slaying of three young people by a 19-year-old with an assault weapon. In Washington, as in most states, he was able to buy and possess the weapon legally even though he’s not 21. Ken Lambert AP file photo, 2016

Still time for Washington voters to fix gun age law

February 19, 2018 02:07 PM