Proponents and opponents of Initiative 1639 speaking at The Daily Herald in Everett. Top row: Paul Kramer (left) and Rebecca Johnson, who urge a yes vote. Bottom row: Keely Hopkins (left) and Phil Watson, who urge a no vote.

Proponents and opponents of Initiative 1639 speaking at The Daily Herald in Everett. Top row: Paul Kramer (left) and Rebecca Johnson, who urge a yes vote. Bottom row: Keely Hopkins (left) and Phil Watson, who urge a no vote.

Pro and con on I-1639, the gun-safety ballot measure

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