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With two hours to midnight and the statutory end of the regular session of the 2019 Legislature, the odds seemed better than even that lawmakers would miss that deadline and need a special session of hours or days to finish their work.
The names and addresses of Washington residents who turned in their bump stocks as part of the state’s buy-back program should be exempted from release under the public records law, some lawmakers say.
A program allowing Washington residents to sell their bump stocks to the Washington State Patrol ended on Tuesday with about 1,000 devices returned to patrol at $150 each. Of those, 153 were purchased in Spokane, said WSP spokesman Jeff Sevigney.
Bump-stock buyback program will be quick, if the Legislature agrees to a plan that comes up with the money.
Trump administration decision to outlaw all bump stocks complicates Washington plan to pay state owners to turn them in.