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Meatwaggon
10-11-2013, 12:53 PM
http://www.sanluisobispo.com/2013/10/11/2728596/capitol-alert.html

An excerpt:

Brown announced Friday that he had signed:

Assembly Bill 48, by Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, banning magazine repair kits.

Assembly Bill 170, by Assemblyman Steven Bradford, D-Gardena, prohibiting businesses from getting assault weapon permits.

Assembly Bill 231, by Assemblyman Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, adding criminal liability for firearm storage that endangers a child.

Assembly Bill 500, by Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, D-San Francisco, allowing the Department of Justice additional time to run background checks.

Assembly Bill 1131, by Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, increasing prohibition periods after a credible threat of violence

Senate Bill 683, by Sen. Marty Block, D-San Diego, requiring all gun purchasers to take a firearm safety class and earn a safety certificate.

Brown vetoed:

Assembly Bill 169, by Assemblyman Roger Dickinson, D-Sacramento, which would have limited the transfer of unsafe handguns.

Assembly Bill 180, by Assemblyman Rob Bonta, D-Alameda, would have allowed Oakland to enact stricter gun control measures. Brown said in a veto message that "allowing individual cities to enact their own more restrictive firearms regulations will sow confusion and uncertainty." Brown is a former mayor of Oakland.

Senate Bill 299, by Sen. Mark DeSaulnier, D-Concord, which would have required owners to report lost or stolen guns within seven days.

Senate Bill 475, by Sen. Mark Leno, D-San Francisco, which would have required county approval for gun shows at the Cow Palace.

Senate Bill 567, by Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, D-Santa Barbara, which would have redefined "shotguns."

Senate Bill 755, by Sen. Lois Wolk, D-Davis, which would have expanded the list of crimes that result in a 10-year ban on owning a firearm to include driving under the influence and public intoxication when there are two convictions in three years.

And of course Bill 374, the worst of the lot.

Ubermcoupe
10-11-2013, 12:57 PM
quick summary w. links:
I added links to Brown's sign/veto statements to Ubermcoupe's excellent summary post:

AB-48 (Skinner)SIGNED: Bans magazine rebuild kits (including individual parts).

AB-169 (Dickinson)VETO: Bans transfer of handguns not on the "not unsafe handgun" roster. Veto message (http://gov.ca.gov/docs/AB_169_2013_Veto_Message.pdf)

AB-170 (Bradford)SIGNED: Redefines "person" for Assault Weapons permits.

AB-180 (Bonta)VETO: Additional firearms restrictions in Oakland. Veto message (http://gov.ca.gov/docs/AB_180_2013_Veto_Message.pdf)

AB-231 (Ting)SIGNED: Criminal liability when child accesses firearm in your home without permission, or a prohibited person accesses firearm in your home.

AB-500 (Ammianno)SIGNED: Extends time period for background checks, secure storage requirements when living with prohibited person.

AB-711 (Rendon)SIGNED : Lead ammo ban. Signing Statement (http://gov.ca.gov/docs/AB_711_2013_Signing_Message.pdf)

SB-299 (DeSaulnier)VETO: Mandatory loss reporting of firearms within 7 days. Veto message (http://gov.ca.gov/docs/SB_299_2013_Veto_Message.pdf)

SB-363 (Wright)SIGNED: Criminalizes storage of a handgun where the owner should have known a prohibited person would access it. Exempts Federal Law Enforcement Officers from the "not unsafe handgun" roster restrictions.

SB-374 (Steinberg)VETO: Bans all semiautomatic rifles that does not have a fixed magazine, forced registration of rifles already owned. Veto message (http://gov.ca.gov/docs/SB_374_2013_Veto_Message.pdf)

SB-475 (Leno)VETO: Eliminates gun shows at Cow Palace. Veto message (http://gov.ca.gov/docs/SB_475_2013_Veto_Message.pdf)

SB-567 (Jackson)VETO: Expands definition of shotgun to include rifled barrels and those not designed to be fired from the shoulder. Veto message (http://gov.ca.gov/docs/SB_567_2013_Veto_Message.pdf)

SB-683 (Block)SIGNED: Requires firearms safety certificate for purchasing any firearm.

SB-755 (Wolk) VETO: Expands definition of prohibited persons. Veto message (http://gov.ca.gov/docs/SB_755_2013_Veto_Message.pdf)

Librarian
10-11-2013, 1:43 PM
Discussion to the CA 2A forum, please.