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Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed six gun-control bills into law, including a requirement that ammunition purchasers undergo background checks. The governor vetoed five other measures, including an expansion of the use of restraining orders to take guns from people deemed to be dangerous.
Bills the governor signed will:
— Require an ID and background check to purchase ammunition and create a new state database of ammunition owners
— Ban possession of ammunition magazines that hold more than 10 bullets.
— Restrict the loaning of guns without background checks to close family members.
Bills the governor vetoed would have:
— Put an initiative on the November ballot to clarify that theft of a firearm is grand theft and is punishable as a felony.
— Require those who make guns at home to register them with the state and get a serial number so the weapons can be tracked.
— Required stolen or lost guns to be reported within five days.
— Limited Californians to the purchase of one rifle or shotgun per month
originally posted by: Willtell
JERRY BROWN for president.
If Hillary gets handcuffed
Of course I don't know what to do with Bernie
Require an ID and background check to purchase ammunition and create a new state database of ammunition owners