A bill passed on Tuesday by the state legislature will require people to register their firearms and report lost or stolen firearms.
California’s House of Representatives voted 39-32 on Tuesday to pass SB 1335, a sweeping gun-control bill that expands background checks, expands mental health services, and requires gun dealers to sell guns at retail.
The legislation also expands California’s “right to bear arms” to include handguns, long guns, and ammunition.
The measure also establishes an emergency law to deal with gun violence and calls for the creation of a national “smart gun” that can automatically lock on to the gun, fire, and shut down when it detects the gun has been fired.
Jerry Brown (D) praised the bill on Tuesday, saying, “We are going to make California a safer place to live, work, and play.”
“This is not a gun-grabbing law,” Brown said.
“This bill is going to protect our families and our communities from the threat of gun violence.
This is about protecting our children, and this is about ensuring that they get the chance to play, learn, and grow.”
“It is the most comprehensive law I have seen anywhere,” said Assemblyman Jim Beall (D-Santa Monica).
“This law is going after gun violence, it is going against guns that kill children, it’s going against gangs, it makes sure that we have laws that prevent violence, and it is a comprehensive law that we can be proud of.”
A gun bill that is a big deal for California gun owners A recent survey conducted by the California Institute of Technology found that only 38 percent of Californians had a positive view of gun ownership, down from 56 percent a year earlier.
And in the wake of the Sandy Hook massacre, California’s gun owners have been vocal about their concerns.
“I think we’re on the verge of having a gun massacre that’s going to wipe out the entire state of California,” said Joshua Blumenfeld, a member of the Sacramento area’s city council, speaking at a gun control rally earlier this month.
I think the state of our state needs to step in and protect us.” “
We have this law, but I think it is an irresponsible law.
I think the state of our state needs to step in and protect us.”
Blumenfield has proposed a new gun law called the Gun Free School Zone Act.
Under the proposal, school districts would be able to ban weapons in schools.
“The problem is that the guns in our school buildings are the weapons that are used to kill other kids,” Blumenfeld said.
In January, California Assemblymember Kevin de León (D), who represents Sacramento, said he supported a bill that would ban weapons from schools, including semiautomatic rifles.
“If you have a semiauto and a shotgun, I don’t think you’re going in there to do a good deed,” he said.
The Assemblymember who sponsored the proposal in January said that his proposal would be “fairly easy to pass” and called the idea of banning semiaurles “uncommon.”
“I would like to see it pass because it would be an extremely sensible solution,” de Leon said.
According to the California Department of Justice, California has some of the toughest gun laws in the country.
But gun owners are frustrated that they’re being pushed to take drastic action.
“It’s a big victory, but it’s just a small victory, it doesn’t mean we’re gonna pass anything,” said Jared Wurzelbacher, a gun rights advocate.
“California is in the middle of a war.
They’re not going anywhere.
I can’t imagine that California will pass something that would allow you to own a semi-automatic weapon in public without anyone getting hurt.”
“We can only hope this new law passes,” said Adam Winkler, the founder of the Second Amendment Foundation.
“What would be a good gun law is something that prevents gun violence in a safe environment.”
“They’ve been doing this for a long time,” said Mike Sartori, the executive director of the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action.
“They should have done this long ago.”
“You could say it was a success for the NRA, but what’s good for the goose is good for a gun, and the gun is a gun.”