September 30th: Deadline For Governor Brown To Sign Remaining Legislation

This is your reminder that the Governor still has multiple bills before him that he can either sign or veto. His final decision must be made by the 30th of this month.

Below, you will find a list of bills that are before him that CRPA both supports and opposes:

CRPA Opposed Bills

AB 450 – (McCarty): AB 450 clarifies current law regarding concealed weapon permits and mandates the issuing authority to charge a fee which is “sufficient” to cover the cost of issuing and overseeing CCW permits. If signed into law, AB 450 would remove the current cap on CCW permits and will allow for fees to skyrocket in the jurisdictions that choose to do so. This would result in individuals becoming unable to obtain their CCW permit due to unreasonable costs. 

SB 1332 – (Mendoza): SB 1332 establishes restrictions and regulations on the loaning of firearms. SB 1332 also mandates the Department of Justice to modify its registration form so that both spouses and domestic partners may register as the owners of a firearm. This bill will lead to a raid of DROS funds.

Please contact the Governor and encourage him to veto these anti-Second Amendment pieces of legislation. For his contact info, click here

For the complete list of bills that CRPA opposes, visit

CRPA Supported Bills

AB 2510 (Linder): AB 2510 allows local law enforcement authorities to issue carry concealed weapons (CCW) identification cards approved by the State of California Department of Justice (CA DOJ) as proof that individuals are licensed in the state.

For the complete list of bills that CRPA supports, visit

Thank you for standing with gun owners and CRPA as we defend our inalienable right of gun ownership, whether it be for sport or protection.

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CRPA and its allies appreciate your participation in this fight to preserve the Second Amendment.

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