WA Will Tell Domestic Violence Victims About Gun Sales

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Thousands of times each year in the U.S., someone convicted of domestic abuse or subject to a restraining order seeks to purchase a gun illegally from a licensed dealer, usually without any consequences. On July 23, Washington will become the first state to require authorities to notify victims when such an attempted sale takes place, reports The Trace. The measure is part of . . .

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