Last week the California Legislature reconvened after the summer recess, and already a slew of anti-gun bills are coming down the pipeline.
NRA-ILA reports that the following bills (and one resolution) are currently in the works:
Assembly Joint Resolution 24, a symbolic gesture calling on the U.S. Congress not to pass any concealed-carry reciprocity legislation; Senate Bill 497, extending the current one-handgun-a-month limit to all guns; Senate Bill 464, increasing already strict storage and security requirements for licensed firearms dealers; Assembly Bill 7, including unincorporated areas in the definition of public property where open carry is prohibited; and Assembly Bill 424, removing the authority of a school district superintendent or equivalent authority to issue written permission for someone to possess a firearm inside a school zone.
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All California voters should urge their legislators to oppose the pieces of legislation listed above. To email your senators and assembly members, click here.