By Tom Knighton
I know it’s not shocking, but it seems that the anti-gun proposals in California that needed to pass this week or else die found their way through the legislature and onto the governor’s desk.
It seems the chance of California shooting down a gun control proposal are only slightly better than me dating Kate Beckinsale. And since I’m happily married to someone who isn’t Kate Beckinsale, that should clue you in on something.
Proposals to expand lifetime gun bans and make it harder to get a concealed carry permit are speeding to Gov. Jerry Brown. The measures — Assembly Bills 1927, 1968, 2103, and 3129— passed the state legislature with generally strong support from lawmakers this week and now head to the state’s Democratic governor for further consideration.
AB 1927 would study crafting a law to allow individuals to voluntarily jettison their own gun rights. A similar law was enacted in Washington earlier this year, aimed at curbing suicides. The measure was unanimously approved in both the state Senate and Assembly. Introduced by Assemblymember …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms