A segment about Sen. David Frockt’s SB 5027, a bill to help prevent school shootings, was featured May 8 on The Dave Ross Show. Gov. Jay Inslee signed the bill earlier this week, on the same day another tragic school shooting occurred in Colorado.

Frockt told reporter Hanna Scott that his bill could save lives.

The bill clarifies the application of extreme risk protection orders (ERPOs) to minors, and is designed to keep firearms out of the hands of minors who are at a high risk of hurting themselves or others during a behavioral health crisis or through potential violent behavior.

The bill allows for people to apply for ERPOs for people under the age of 18. If court approved, an order would prohibit the minor from accessing, controlling, purchasing, possessing or receiving a firearm. The minor’s parent or guardian would be notified of their legal obligation to safely secure any firearms.

You can hear the full segment here.