California: Two Anti-Gun Bills Scheduled for Hearing in Senate Committee

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On Tuesday, April 2nd at 8:30am, the California Senate Public Safety Committee is scheduled to hear two egregious bills that would impact all firearm owners in the Golden State. NRA Members and Second Amendment supporters are encouraged to contact members of the Senate Public Safety Committee and urge them to oppose Senate Bill 1160 and Senate Bill 1253 by using the Take Action button below.

Senate Bill 1160 would require all firearm owners to re-register each of their firearms annually with the Department of Justice and pay the yet to be determined fees necessary to maintain the registration system. SB 1160 would prohibit unregistered firearms, and require all firearms to be registered by July 1st, 2025. Individuals not registering their firearms may surrender them to local law enforcement or would be in violation of the law and subject to penalties of up to $1000.  

Senate Bill 1253 would prohibit an individual in California from possessing a firearm without a valid Firearm Safety Card. Existing law requires individuals in California to obtain a Firearm Safety Card to purchase or receive a firearm, however SB 1253 would amend this law to prohibit otherwise law-abiding individuals from possessing a firearm unless they obtain and continue to possess a Firearm Safety Card, with a renewal required every five years.

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Once again, please contact members of the Senate Public Safety Committee to urge your opposition to these anti-gun bills. 

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