CA Legislature Sends a Dozen Anti-2A Bills to Governor
The CA Legislature sent a dozen anti-2A bills out of their houses and on to the Governor's desk before they adjourned this past Friday.
Those bills are:
- SJR-7: Resolution for a federal constitutional convention to restrict firearms
- AB-28: Enacts a gun and ammunition excise tax
- AB-92: Makes it a misdemeanor for a person who is prohibited from possessing a firearm to purchase, own, or possess body armor
- AB-301: Authorizes a court considering a red flag petition to consider evidence of acquisition of body armor when determining whether grounds for a gun violence restraining order exist
- AB-725: Requires lost and stolen reporting for “precursor parts”
- AB-1089: CNC and 3D-printing of arms ban, prohibits sharing digital firearm plans
- AB-1406: Authorizes DOJ to request a delay of the delivery of a firearm for up to 30 days in an “emergency” that caused DOJ to be unable to review purchaser’s eligibility
- AB-1483: Deletes the private party transaction exemption to the 30-day prohibition, which prohibits a person from making more than one application to purchase a handgun within any 30-day period
- AB-1587: Requires a merchant acquirer to assign to a firearms merchant a unique merchant category code
- SB-2: Bruen response bill, enacts numerous “sensitive locations” where guns are banned, changes requirements to obtain a concealed carry license.
- SB-368: Prohibits gun dealers from offering an opportunity to win an item of inventory in a game dominated by chance, exempts nonprofit organizations under certain circumstances
- SB-452: Postpones handgun microstamping requirement to at least January 1, 2028