A liberal state senator from Shoreline is pushing schools and preschools to teach kids about gun safety using a curriculum developed by the National Rifle Association.
Sen. Maralyn Chase, a Democrat, said she is very fond of the NRA’s Eddie Eagle GunSafe Program, which she said has used to teach her own grandson about gun safety. The program includes the mantra, “Stop. Don’t touch. Leave the area. Tell an adult.”
“If a child finds a gun, they think, oh, it’s a toy, and they can pick it up,” Chase said Thursday. “We need to include gun safety in all the …