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2019 AB 524 - Bigelow - Peace officers: deputy sheriffs

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http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...201920200AB524

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SB-281 - Wiener - Cow Palace Joint Powers Authority

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AB 603 - Melendez - Firearms: retired peace officers

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AB 688 Chu - Firearms Vehicle Storage

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AB 645 - Irwin - Firearms: warning statements

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Thanks Mark, I'm falling behind on updating this page but I'll add all your bills this week
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AB 712 - Gray - Control of deadly weapons

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AB 857 - Chiu - Firearms: unsafe handguns

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I seem to recall a distinction between explosives and gun powder. Is my recollection correct?
No. Not only is powder actually an explosive, the penal code explicitly includes powder (and primers) in the definition of explosives for the purposes of that section.

On the other hand, if powder wasn't an explosive, your gun wouldn't work, so it's not all bad.
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AB 893 - Gloria - 22nd District Agricultural Association: firearm and ammunition sales at the Del Mar Fairgrounds

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http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...201920200AB893

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Still working on adding the above mentioned bills to the list. Sorry for the slow updates.

In the meantime, here's another:

SB-376, limits all private gun sales (not just handguns) to 6 per year. Portantino, same guy who does the 1-in-30 bill every year, among many other anti-2a bills.
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AB 964 - Medina - Firearms: prohibited persons

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AB 1009 - Gabriel - Firearms: personal firearm importers

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AB 1064 - Muratsuchi - Firearms dealers: conduct of business

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AB 1096 - Melendez - Firearms: concealed carry licenses

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http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...01920200AB1096

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AB 1121 - Bauer-Kahan - Firearms: prohibited persons (renamed 4/11)

Old title was: Bauer-Kahan - Firearms: gun violence restraining orders

Legislation:
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...01920200AB1121

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https://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/....php?t=1512891

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Links on two bills are crossed. AB-12 links to AB-164 Calguns discussion thread. AB-164 links to AB-12 Calguns discussion thread.

Furthermore, AB-12's placeholder has been filled.

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AB 12, as amended, Irwin. Firearms: gun violence restraining orders.

Existing law prohibits a person subject to a gun restraining order from having in the person’s custody or control, or owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving, any firearms or ammunition while that order is in effect. Under existing law, a gun violence restraining order and a renewal gun violence restraining order have a duration of one year, subject to earlier termination or renewal by the court.

This bill would increase the duration of the gun violence restraining order and the renewal of the gun violence restraining order to 5 years, subject to earlier termination or renewal by the court.

Existing law authorizes a person subject to a gun violence restraining order to submit one written request during the effective period of the order for a hearing to terminate the order. Existing law requires the gun violence restraining order to contain a statement advising the restrained person of that hearing right and also requires the court issuing the restraining order to inform the restrained person of that right.

This bill would instead authorize a person subject to a gun violence restraining order to submit one written request per year for a hearing to terminate the restraining order. The bill would make conforming changes and other technical changes.

Existing law allows a search warrant to be issued upon probable cause, supported by affidavit, naming or describing the person to be searched or searched for, and particularly describing the property, thing, or things and the place to be searched. Existing law specifies the grounds upon which a search warrant may be issued, including, among other grounds, when the property or things to be seized are firearms or ammunition or both that are owned by, in the possession of, or in the custody or control of a person who is the subject of a gun violence restraining order if the person has been lawfully served with that order and has failed to relinquish the firearm as required by law.

This bill would remove the requirements that a person has been lawfully served with the gun violence restraining order and has failed to relinquish the firearm, prior to that search warrant being issued.
SB-55 was amended, but I haven't looked yet on the particulars.

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SB 620 - Portantino - Firearms


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http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...201920200SB620

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SB 701 - Jones - Firearms: prohibited persons

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SB 723 - Jones - Firearms: dealer' record of sale

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http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...201920200SB723

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AB1669 - Bonta - Firearms: gun shows and events

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AB 1559 - Melendez - Firearms: emergency concealed carry permits

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AB 1746 - Melendez - Firearms: license to carry concealed

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AB-61 failed in APSC on 2/26, was granted reconsideration though, see post.

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AB-165 passed APSC on 2/26 and referred to Appropriations.
AJR-4 passed APSC on 2/26, adopted in assembly 2/28 and sent to senate, now in senate rules committee on 3/4

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AB-425 (Ammo exemption for armed guards) link in OP is broken.


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AB 964 - Medina - Firearms: prohibited persons

Legislation:
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...201920200AB964

Discussion thread:
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This has now been gutted and amended into a law concerning Jail Visitation as of 3/14.

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AB 857 - Chiu - Firearms: unsafe handguns

Legislation:
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...201920200AB857

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https://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/....php?t=1512620
This has now been gutted and amended into a bill concerning Public Banks as of 3/19.

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Links on two bills are crossed. AB-12 links to AB-164 Calguns discussion thread. AB-164 links to AB-12 Calguns discussion thread.

Furthermore, AB-12's placeholder has been filled.



SB-55 was amended, but I haven't looked yet on the particulars.
AB-12 was amended on 3/13. GVRO default length from previous version changed from 5 years to 1 to 5 years. Stuff in the preamble about changes to probably cause and the requirement of being lawfully served a GVRO are gone... but... not in the text of the bill maybe? Will need a second look.

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AB 645 - Irwin - Firearms: warning statements

Legislation:
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...201920200AB645

Discussion thread:
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s....php?t=1511626
Amended on 3/06.

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SB-281 - Wiener - Cow Palace Joint Powers Authority

Legislation:
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...201920200SB281

Discussion thread:
https://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/....php?t=1511011
Amended on 3/20

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2019 AB 524 - Bigelow - Peace officers: deputy sheriffs

Legislation:
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...201920200AB524

Discussion thread:
https://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/....php?t=1511009
Amended on 2/28 to add San Mateo.

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3 new bills introduced on Friday:

AB-339 (LE standardization/procedures for GVRO's) - Aside from GVRO's being in general an anti-2a concept, this bill seems relatively neutral so far.

AB-340 (Establish county-level Armed Prohibited Person task forces) - This appears to be an attempt to reduce the backlog of APP cases that DOJ is responsible for, by passing the buck to local agencies. Not clear right now if this bill would have any impact on 2A rights.

AJR-5 (Joint Resolution for the US to adopt CA gun control laws.) - As a "Joint Resolution", this bill doesn't "do" anything, it would merely send a message to US Congress. That message would essentially say, "We think the Federal Government should implement CA's model for gun control."


14 bills so far... and it shouldn't surprise anyone that zero of them so far are pro-2a.
AB-339 amended on 3/9.

AB-340 amended on 3/13.

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AB 164 - Cervantes - Firearms: prohibited persons

Legislation:
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...stNav=tracking

Discussion thread:
https://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/....php?t=1502004
Amended 3/13

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AB-18 amended 3/21 (All the details on the excise tax are in, See Post), In Assembly Public Safety Committee, scheduled to be heard 4/9

AB-1009 amended 3/21, details filled in. See Post.
Currently in Assembly Public Safety Committee, No date scheduled.

AB-276 Amended 3/21. See post. In Assembly Public Safety Committee; scheduled for 4/2.

SB-172 Amended on 3/25. See Post. Currently in Senate Public Safety Committee; Scheduled for 4/2.

SB-376 Amended on 3/25. A lot going on here, See post. Currently in Senate Public Safety Committee; Scheduled for 4/2.

AB-521 referred to and in Assembly Higher Education Committee on 3/25.

AB-524 passed Assembly on 3/25, sent to Senate.

AB-603 passed Assembly on 3/25, sent to Senate
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AB-340 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 3/26. Referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations.

AB-521 Amended on 3/26. See post. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Higher Education on 3/27.

AB-645 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 3/26. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations.

AB-688 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 3/26. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations.

AB-893 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 3/26. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations.

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Amended 3/27. Gutted, now "relating to criminal offender record information".

AJR-5 referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety on 3/27.

SB-281 passed Senate Committee on Governance and Finance on 3/27. Re-referred to Committee on Governmental Organization.

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SB-281 - Wiener - Cow Palace Joint Powers Authority

Legislation:
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...201920200SB281

Discussion thread:
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SB-281 amended 3/28. See Post. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Governance and Finance.

AB-12 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 3/28 as amended.
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I think something very important to mention when contacting these representatives is not only supporting our 2a, general gun rights, and due process, but also bringing up how certain bills can be considered class warfare on the poor and middle class.

"Social Justice" is a huge topic in urban environments these days, so why not show how certain bills goes against those values (even if we don't agree with any, some, or all of them)

AB55 and SB18 specifically will target people who are poor, who are in less than ideal situations, and more likely stripping them of their natural rights of self defense than a similar person in middle or upper class.

Edit: Think to the recently passed law allowing home chefs to sell their own food. It was framed as a social justice issue that specifically took aim with the argument "these restrictions affect the working poor the most"

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SB-55 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 3/26. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.
(No idea why the history on the bill updated just today)
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AB-12 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 3/28 as amended.
AB-12 amended on 4/01. See post.
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SB-220 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 4/2. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.

SB-221 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 4/2. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.

SB-376 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 4/2. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.

SB-61 passed Senate Committee on Public Safety on 4/2. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations.

SB-55 amended on 4/2. See post.
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AB-893 passed Assembly Committee on Appropriations on 4/3.

AB-1669 amended on 4/3. See post. This thing got amended to increase the DROS part of the firearm transfer fee to $32.19, among other things.

SB-37 gutted and amended on 4/3. It's now titled "Corporation taxes: tax rates.". It's dead Jim.

AB-18 amended on 4/3. See post.

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For some reason AB-1297 never got added to this list. It's the one by McCarty about raising Conceal Carry costs. Thread is here.
Introduced 2/22, Read first time 2/25, Referred to Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 3/11, and passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 4/2. Read Second time on 4/3, ordered for third reading before it's going to come up for a vote in the Assembly soon probably.

AB-61 amended on 4/4. See post.

AB-1669 re-referred to Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 4/4; hearing scheduled for 4/9.

AB-18 re-referred to Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 4/4; hearing scheduled for 4/9.
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Also for some reason AB-879 didn't get added to the list, which is the Precursor Gun Parts Bill. Thread is here.
AB-879 passed Assembly Public Safety Committee on 4/2. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations.

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Legislation:
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/fa...01920200AB1096

Discussion thread:
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Ends up that CA's leginfo doesn't sent you notifications if a bill fails in committee.
AB-1096 failed in Assembly Public Safety Committee on 4/2

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AB-12 passed on Assembly Floor on 4/8. Ordered to Senate; Referred to Senate Committee on Rules.

AB-61 re-referred to Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 4/8.

SB-172 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 4/8. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations.
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2019 SB 120 Stern - Firearms: prohibited persons

Gut and amend bill - adds misdemeanor convictions of carrying a concealed firearm, carrying a loaded firearm, or openly carrying an unloaded handgun, from possessing a firearm for a period of 10 years. The bill would make the violation of that prohibition punishable as either a misdemeanor or as a felony.

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SB-172 amended on 4/9. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Appropriations. See post.
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AB-18 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 4/9. Re-referred to Committee on Revenue & Tax with a hearing on 4/22.

AB-521 passed Assembly Committee on Higher Education on 4/9. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Public Safety.

AB-645 passed Assembly Committee on Appropriations on 4/10. Should be up for floor vote next.

SB-172 withdrawn from Committee on Appropriations on 4/10. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Rules. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Human Services.

It seems I missed this one on my tracker
AB-1121 amended on 3/19. See post. AB-1121 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 4/9. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations.

AB-1669 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 4/9. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Appropriations.
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SB-230 amended on 4/11. See post. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety.

SB-281 passed Senate Committee on Governmental Organization on 4/9. Re-referred to Senate Committee on Public Safety. Hearing set for 4/23.

AB-1064 passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety on 4/9. Re-referred to Assembly Committee on Privacy & Consumer Protection.
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