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AB 231

August 28, 2013

Firearms: Criminal Storage
(Philip Y. Ting R)

CRPA’s Position:  Oppose

AB 231 Proposes to make it a crime for a firearms owner store a loaded firearm in a place where a child is likely to gain access to a loaded firearm, within any premises under the control of the firearm owner, unless the owner has secured the firearm against access by a child by a trigger lock or other means.

Introduced: 2/5/2013

Last Amend: 8/30/2013

Status: 10/11/2013-Signed by the Governor.

Location: 10/11/2013-Assembly Chaptered.

Philip Y. Ting
Assemblymember.ting@assembly.ca.gov
PO Box 942849, Room 3173
Sacramento, CA 94249
Office : (916) 319-2019
Fax: (916) 319-2119

Send your comments on pending legislation and regulatory actions to your legislator and/or the Fish and Game Commission. And remember that it is just as important to send a letter or e-mail thanking officials when they support gun owners and sportsmen. Please keep in mind the following when you write:

  • State your name and address (phone number optional)
  • State that you are a member of CRPA
  • Be professional and courteous
  • Be concise
  • State what the issue is
  • State your concerns or your thanks
  • State what action you are requesting

For questions on Fish and Game Commission meetings, permit revocations, and the regulatory process, please contact the Fish and Game Commission.

Mailing Address:
California Fish and Game Commission
1416 Ninth Street
P.O. Box 944209
Sacramento, CA 94244-2090

E-mail: fgc@dfg.ca.gov
(Include the subject of the regulations in the e-mail subject line)

IMPORTANT NOTE: You may find that some Senators and Assembly Members try to reject your contacts if you are not from their district. Sometimes legislator’s websites require that you enter a local zip code in order to e-mail their office. Please don’t be deterred by their attempts to silence you! Let them know that you have the right to contact them and that you will continue to contact them when there is a Second Amendment or hunting rights issue pending before the legislature.

Firearms: Criminal Storage
(Philip Y. Ting R)

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