Blair's Law Backstory Well-Remembered

We notice that many of our political friends are sharing their endorsement of Blair's law.

However . . .

TKC readers might've missed this report that offers a great explanation of why the legislation is important . . .

Her daughter, Blair Shanahan Lane, died on July 4, 2011, as a result of someone firing gunshots in the air to celebrate.

Shanahan DeMoss said Friday was an emotional day.

“I woke up this morning and said, ‘This is the day. Let’s do it.’ I just felt without any hesitation that it would happen,” she told reporters.

Shanahan DeMoss explained why she has continued to fight for the bill’s passage each year since Blair’s life was cut short.

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Wait is over for Missouri mom whose fought for passage of 'Blair's Law' - Missourinet

For about twelve years, a Missouri mother who lost her daughter to gunfire has been patiently waiting for the state legislature to create a criminal offense for celebratory gunfire. That day came on Friday, when Michele Shanahan DeMoss watched as the Missouri House passed "Blair's Law."