OLYMPIA – The family and friends of a Spokane woman killed by her estranged husband in a murder-suicide last summer watched Tuesday as the bill they hope will prevent similar tragedies was signed into law. The Sheena Henderson Law will require police agencies in Washington to notify worried family members before releasing guns seized in cases of domestic violence or suicide prevention. It’s a common-sense measure that “will make communities safer and give families peace of mind,” Gov. Jay Inslee said.
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