Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom has announced he will seek a ballot initiative in 2016 to greatly expand the state’s already restrictive firearm and magazine bans.
Those who say they are supporting the Michael Bloomberg-funded background check ballot initiative in Nevada because it will save lives are getting it all wrong, according to a law enforcement official in the state.
California’s restrictive gun-control ballot initiative—Proposition 63—would not effectively reduce violent crime, but would unfairly burden law-abiding gun owners, according to state’s police chiefs.
Twelve of Maine’s 16 sheriffs have signed an open letter opposing Question 3, a Bloomberg-supported ballot initiative that would drastically expand background checks for virtually all private sales, loans or transfers of firearms.
Despite California’s passage of strict anti-gun laws late last month, fundraising efforts continue for Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s so-called “Safety For All” ballot initiative.
California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s deceptively named “Safety For All” ballot initiative has received enough valid signatures to go before voters, state election officials announced on Thursday.
Many California residents see Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s so-called “Safety for All” ballot initiative (otherwise known as Prop. 63) for exactly what it is—a power grab that would limit the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens.
The Maine state Senate will consider Legislative Document 31 on Wednesday, hoping to curb new measures that only benefit one segment of the population.