The Surgeon General’s Warning on a pack of cigarettes. Washington ballot Initiative 1639 would require something similar for guns. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention via Wikimedia Commons)

The Surgeon General’s Warning on a pack of cigarettes. Washington ballot Initiative 1639 would require something similar for guns. (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention via Wikimedia Commons)

Does Washington need a ‘surgeon general’s warning’ for guns?

Initiative 1639 would require something similar on paperwork for firearms purchases.

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