Proving that making complex gun regulations more complicated only leads to increased innovation by patriots, there are already (legal) ways around California’s newest bans.
In the wake of a six-pack of new gun control legislation signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown and an upcoming ballot initiative promising more, some are scrambling for work-arounds.
Gun enthusiasts who’ve kicked the cable habit but still yearn for some solid gun programming can get their GunTV fix via Roku.
The California Assembly ushered five gun control proposals through floor votes Wednesday, with at least one lawmaker using this week’s fatal murder-suicide at a state university in floor debate.
The Assembly will soon take up a legislative package pushed by the state’s powerful Senate President in an effort to beat Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom’s ballot initiative to a gun control knockout blow.
The Democrat-controlled state Senate Appropriations Committee on Monday gave a rubber stamp to a sheaf of measures that would change the landscape of gun laws in California.
Taking advantage of the resignation of an Assembly lawmaker, Democrats moved in this week and gutted five of his bills, replacing language directed towards environmental issues with that taking on guns.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom is backing a sweeping ballot measure to regulate guns, while Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León is pushing his own list of bills through the Legislature.
Democrats on the Senate Public Safety Committee were able to push through six gun-control bills in what opponents are calling “GunMegeddon.”
A simple tool designed by sailors and a staple of handcraft artists in Florida has been decriminalized for the first time since 1868 with the support of Second Amendment advocates.