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SUMMARY OF PENDING GUN LEGISLATION IN SACRAMENTO

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AB 228            RODRIGUEZ    Theft: receiving stolen property:    firearms.

Under existing law, theft of any firearm, regardless of value, is grand theft and is punishable as a felony.   Would  make knowingly buying or receiving a stolen firearm, as specified, regardless of the value of the firearm, punishable as either a     misdemeanor  OR   a felony.

6 14  21            IN ASMBLY PUB SAFETY COMTE    HEARING  REMAINS CANCELLED BY AUTHOR

AB 311            WARD      Firearms: gun shows.

Prohibit a vendor at a gun show or event from possessing, displaying, offering to sell, selling, or transferring any firearm precursor parts. Misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed $2,000.  Bans convicted person from participating in any gun show or event in this state for one year after the date of the conviction. If violates gun show ban fine not to exceed $5,000 and a 5-year prohibition on participating in any gun show or event in the state.

6 14 21           ASSBY COMTE APPROPRIATIONS     SINCE 5/20  HEARING  REMAINS   POSTPONED

AB 452            FRIEDMAN    Pupil safety: parental notification: firearm safety laws

Would have state pay costs of schools to inform parents and guardians of pupils of California’s child access prevention laws and laws relating to the safe storage of firearms, AB 667

6 14  21          IN  ASSBY  EDUCATION COMITEE SINCE 4/13 .   STILL AWAITING NEW HEARING  DATE

AB 667            IRWIN             Firearms: Armed Prohibited Persons System

Renames the Armed Prohibited Persons File.  Require the department to add a person’s information to the Armed Prohibited Persons System if they are the subject of specified gun violence restraining orders and possess a firearm.

6 14 21            ASSBY  COMTE  APPROPRIATIONS   STILL HELD IN SUBMISSION,…. NO HEARING SET

AB 669            LACKEY         Firearms: unsafe handguns

Exempts restrictions on sales of firearms not on safe handgun list  to or purchases by a county probation department and sworn members thereof who have completed specified firearms training prescribed by POST.

6 14 21            REFERRED TO SEN. COMTE ON PUB SAFETY ON 6/9    NO HEARING DATE SET YET

AB 681            RAMOS          Mental health: information sharing

Requires  report be filed with Dept. of Health Care Services regarding any person detained as a danger to others and banned from having a firearm in addition to the Department of Justice .

5 23  21           IN ASSBY  COMTE ON HEALTH  SINCE FEB 13…   NO HEARING DATE SET

AB 876            GABRIEL       Law  Enforcement

Require all handguns, with the exception of revolvers, as defined, purchased on or after July 1, 2023, that are owned, used, possessed, or otherwise carried by state, county, city, or other law enforcement officers while on duty to be micro-stamped within 90 days of purchase or acquisition

6 14 21            IN ASSBY  HEALTH COMTE SINCE  2/25   HELD IN SUBMISSION     LIKELY DEAD

AB 1057          PETRIE-NORRIS      Firearms    restraining order

Bill expands the items to be confiscated from someone subject to a restraining order to include unfinished firearms or parts that could be assembled into a firearm.

6 14 21            IN SEN PUB SAFETY COMTE     HEARING CANX BY AUTHOR ON 6/9

AB 1223          LEVINE           Firearms and ammunition: excise tax

Imposes an excise tax on a retailer in the amount of $25 per firearm on the sale in this state of a handgun or semiautomatic rifle or shotgun sold as new, as provided, and an excise tax on a retailer from any sale of ammunition.

6 14 21            IN ASSBY   .    ORDERED TO  THIRD READING ON   6 10 21

AB 1237          TING               Information access:  research institutions  firearms

Requires  the state to ensure all firearm violence data is  made  available to the California Firearm Violence Research Center at UC Davis.

6 14 21            IN ASSBY  APPROPRIATIONS .      HEARING POSTPONED ON  5/20

AB 1509          LEE                 Enhancements: firearms

Reduces some  felony gun crimes to as little as  one year jail term.. even if someone is shot to death.

6 14  21           IN ASSBY  APPROPRIATIONS .    REMAINS  HELD IN SUBMISSION ON 5/20

SB 264            MIN                 Firearms: state property.    

Reimburses local agencies and school districts for certain costs related to gun buy back programs.

6 14  21           REFERRED TO ASSBY COMTE PUB SAFETY ON 6 10    NO HEARING SET YET

SB 320            EGGMAN       Domestic violence protective orders: possession of a firearm.

For anyone subject to public restraining order,  requires law enforcement officials to take all actions necessary to obtain any firearms owned, possessed, or controlled and to address any violation of the restraining order unless court has provided written record of said firearms being relinquished.

6 14 21           REFD TO ASSBY COMTE ON JUD AND PUB SAFETY ON 6 10    NO HEARING SET YET

SB 715            PORTANTINO                       Criminal  law

Prohibit the dealer from returning a firearm to the person making the sale, transfer, or loan, if that person is prohibited from obtaining a firearm.   Prohibit the possession of a firearm, other than a handgun, by a minor.

6 14 21            SENT TO  ASSBY COMTE  PUB SAFETY ON 6 10   NO HEARING SET YET

SB 827            BRADFORD,  ET AL              Public Safety Omnibus

Bill would allow criminals to have past convictions  reduced in accordance  with legislation  currently in effect under  the Control, Regulate and Tax Adult Use of Marijuana Act.

6 14 21            SENT TO  ASSBY  COMTE  PUB SAFETY    NO ACTION SINCE  5 20

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