February 5, 2017 News

NWNN: On Anniversary, Victim’s Sister Has Plea

2017 Hearing Day

Northwest News Network covered the story of one survivor calling on legislators to pass Dangerous Access Prevention:

“Thursday is the 21st anniversary of a deadly school shooting at Frontier Junior High in Moses Lake, Washington. To mark the anniversary, the sister of one of the victims plans to ask state lawmakers to make it crime to not safely store guns…

Nyla Fritz’s little brother Arnold was one of the victims that day. ‘My life is kind of two segments, the life before my brother died and my life since,’ she said…

‘I can think of no greater honor to my brother’s life than to possibly be doing something on this day to save lives,’ Fritz said.”

Read the full story here.