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Recap Of Bills Defeated 2013

September 13, 2013

Thank you to all members who took the time to write and/or call legislators.

Thanks to your emails, phones calls, and letters the following bills were defeated.

AB 174 (Rob Bonta, D)
Public school health centers. Amended by the author into a health bill; no longer a firearms bill.

AB 187 (Rob Bonta, D)
Taxation: ammunition: School-Based Early Mental Health Intervention and Prevention Services Matching Grant Program: Public Safety Emergency Prevention Fund. Proposed a 10% gross receipt tax on ammunition retailers.

AB 232 (Phillip Y. Ting, D)
Income taxes: credit: gun buybacks. Proposed to give a tax credit (up to $5,000), for gun buybacks conducted by cities.

AB 760 (Roger Dickinson, D)
Taxes: ammunition sales. Proposed to impose a tax of .05 per item of ammunition or reloading components sold at retail.

AB 1020 (Rob Bonta, D)
Firearms: notice to purchasers. Proposed to require the Attorney General to issue a letter, during the 10-day waiting period, to firearm purchasers advising of safe storage requirements and laws relating to gun trafficking.

SB 47 (Leland Y. Yee, D)
Firearms: assault weapons. Proposed a ban on centerfire semi-auto firearms equipped with bullet buttons.

SB 53 (Kevin De Leon, D)
Ammunition: purchase permits. Proposed to require purchasers to obtain an annual permit, issued by the Department of Justice, to purchase ammunition and limit purchases to face-to-face transactions through a licensed ammunition vendor. This bill would ban mail order and internet sales of ammunition.

SB 108 (Leland Y. Yee, D)
Firearms. Amended on 8/14/13 into a Study Bill. Requires Department of Justice to conduct a study on local ordinances pertaining to safe storage of firearms. Report being sent to the legislature by 1/1/16.

SB 293 (Mark DeSaulnier, D)
Firearms: owner-authorized handguns. Proposed to require any new handguns sold in California to be equipped with owner recognition technology.

SB 396 (Loni Hancock D)
Firearms: magazine capacity. Proposes to ban all magazines that hold more than 10 rounds, regardless of the date acquired.

Thank you to all members who took the time to write and/or call legislators.

Thanks to your emails, phones calls, and letters the following bills were defeated.

AB 174 (Rob Bonta, D)
Public school health centers. Amended by the author into a health bill; no longer a firearms bill.

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