One only need look at some of the nation's largest cities (New York, Chicago, etc.) to see that more anti-gun laws are not the solution to the violence problem.
There are already enough gun laws on the books, but the problem is, they are not enforced uniformly, and they're often the first thing that's plea bargained away when a bad guy is facing prosecution.
Our governor finally has seen the light and has promised to enforce the gun laws currently on the books. She recently had a press conference where she announced she was teaming up with several federal, state and local law enforcement agencies to prosecute gun crimes in the federal court system.
Gee, it's only taken two highly publicized mass murders in Seattle coffee shops and countless other homicides across the state to get her to recognize there's a problem here.
My question to her would be, "Why did it take you so long to recognize the problem?"
-- Mike Lauman, Pasco