_Judges in family law often face heated disputes between divorcing parents over issues such as visitation, getting kids to school or providing rides to soccer practice.
Try adding a shotgun to the fray.
_Last week, Superior Court Judge Sam Cozza affirmed two previous decisions requiring a Spokane man to wait until his 9-year-old son turns 12 and completes a hunter safety course before he can give him access to a shotgun. . . .
The legal issue isn't clear, said Brent Ferguson, chief firearms instructor for the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council. Washington state imposes no age limit for hunting or access to firearms.
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