Mothers gather to coordinate campaign to curtail gun violence
Last updated 11/1/2018 at Noon
Nine parents gathered last month in a small meeting room in the back of a café in Mill Creek to take steps they hope will save children’s lives.
The eight mothers and one former county prosecutor met at the Newsroom on 164th Street SW to map their strategy to get out the vote to promote passage if I-1639. If approved, the initiative would limit ownership of assault weapons and force owners to keep guns away from children.
“There are too many assault rifles out there already,” Mill Creek resident Matt Vadnal told The Beacon. “More than 99.9 percent of the owners are law-abiding ci...