By Tom Knighton
The state of California has so many gun regulations that it’s difficult for anyone outside of the state to keep them all straight. In fact, it’s probably only the miracle of a couple Supreme Court decisions that has prevented them from trying to ban guns outright in the state.
But they’re inching ever closer to that line.
Their latest effort? A gun rationing proposal that would limit gun owners to one firearm per month.
A bill has been reintroduced in the California state legislature that would limit the number of guns Californians can purchase to just one per month. A similar measure was vetoed last year by outgoing Gov. Jerry Brown.
In the aftermath of the Nov. 7 Borderline Bar & Grill mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, Newsom went on record supporting tougher gun control laws. He wasn’t specific on any piece of legislation but indicated there were bills Brown rejected that he favored.
“I’ve been as transparent on gun issues as any candidate for higher office in decades,” Newsom told reporters in November. “I think we can even do more and better.”
Source:: Bearing Arms