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Here It Starts...

Here It Starts...

This from my State Assemblywoman today:

As of the January 8th the following Gun-control Bills have been introduced in Sacramento. Feel free to contact the authors of these Bills and voice your opinion:

AB 48 by Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner D-Oakland: proposes to regulate and track ammunition sales, bans high capacity magazine conversion kits.

SB 47 by state Sen. Leland Yee, D-San Francisco: Would prohibit semi-automatic rifles from having "bullet buttons" and "mag magnets," which are add-on devices that allow the gun to be easily reloaded.

SB 53 by State Sen. Kevin de Leon, D-Los Angeles: Would require anyone wishing to buy ammunition in California to first obtain a state purchase permit from the Justice Department, valid for one year and to be issued only after a background check.

With a supermajority in the state Assembly, Dem-controlled state Senate and Democrats as Gov., Lt. Gov., Attorney General, what do you think the chances are that these will pass through and be signed into law?

These are only the first and only statewide. (It's only been a week they've been back in session. They get these out fast, but can they pass a budget?) But often, as CA goes, so goes the nation. Do you think Feinstein is paying attention?




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