The group who came short on ballot propositions to repeal seven pending anti-gun laws is now switching gears to put the right to keep and bear arms in the California constitution.
The California group gathering signatures for a set of Hail Mary ballot propositions to repeal seven pending anti-gun laws is throwing in the towel after falling far short of their goal.
New Orleans residents will now be obligated to report lost or stolen guns, see more gun free zones and be subject to fines for negligently carrying a concealed firearm.
City leaders gave their unanimous support to a new ordinance mandating the reporting of lost or stolen guns and banning carry without a permit in some parts of the city.
“New people are coming in every day to sign the petitions,” the owner of a Carlsbad gun shop and range told Guns.com about seven petitions circulating to put new gun laws to a vote of the people.
A multi-faceted “gun safety ordinance” backed by Mayor Mitch Landrieu and city leaders passed an important council vote last week.
In a mixed ruling, a county court this week axed several of the city’s expansive gun ordinances adopted last year while upholding others.
The Attorney General of California has prepared the title and summary for six referendums on the ballot in November to repeal a gun control package recently signed into law, and a seventh is in the works.
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.