California Looking To Institute Another Set Of State-Wide Gun Grabs
Lt. to Governor Moonbeam picks up his slack.
California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom is proposing a 2016 ballot initiative that would ask voters to strengthen the state’s gun laws by restricting ammunition sales, requiring owners to turn in high capacity magazines and requiring gun owners to report lost or stolen guns to law enforcement.
If adopted, the proposal Newsom planned to release Thursday would make California the first state in the nation to require background checks at the point of sale for ammunition, although other states require purchasers to obtain licenses and go through background checks ahead of time. More