SACRAMENTO, CA –-(Ammoland.com)- Firearms Policy Coalition reported that the California Legislature’s respective Senate and Assembly Appropriations committees acted on a number of bills that would affect California gun owners, visitors, and new residents.
The California Senate Appropriations Committee acted on the following bills:
- AB 3 (Bonta) – Held by the committee. Would have restricted firearm sales to persons 21 years old and older. FPC opposed.
- AB 1927 (Bonta) – Passed by the committee. Now a “study bill” relating to a potential voluntary firearms “do not sell” system. FPC opposed.
- AB 2382 (Gipson) – Held by the committee. Would have created a massive new set of restrictions on firearm parts and required an expensive new DOJ system like that enacted for ammunition in Proposition 63 (2016) and SB 1235 (2016). FPC opposed.
- AB 2103 (Gloria) – Passed by the committee with amendments. Adds new requirements for CCW carry licenses. FPC opposed.
- AB 1968 (Low) – Passed by the committee. Enacts new lifetime firearm prohibition to persons who have been admitted to a mental health facility under certain conditions more than once in a 1-year period. FPC opposed.
- AB 2222 (Quirk) – Passed by the committee. Extends …Read the Rest