Although he vetoed almost identical measures earlier in the month and in 2014, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill requiring extra state requirements on homemade guns.
Barry Bahrami, the California businessman seeking to put six referendums on the ballot in November to repeal a gun control package recently signed into law, is ready for a fight.
A San Diego tech executive wants to send the question of a half dozen new gun control bills signed into law by Gov. Brown to the people and is asking gun owners to get involved.
Backed by the California Democratic Party and wealthy donors, Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom has paid professional signature gatherers a small fortune to get his gun control initiative in front of voters.
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.
The California Assembly on Thursday approved a legislative package pushed by the state’s powerful Senate president to beat Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s ballot initiative to a gun control body slam.
During the introduction to the song “Mandatory Suicide” at Monday’s Slayer show in Prattein, Switzerland, frontman Tom Araya advocated arming yourself to defend from invaders.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed California Safety for All Act, viewed by some as the mother of all gun grabs, has been certified to appear on ballots in the upcoming general election.
Just days after a mass murder that left 49 dead in Orlando, Florida, dual Public Safety committees in the California legislature advanced nearly a dozen gun control measures.