Capitol Alert

March 14, 2016 11:00 AM

California sheriffs oppose Gavin Newsom’s gun control initiative

Measure would institute background checks for ammunition purchasers and outlaw military-style clips

Sheriffs say it wouldn’t prevent criminals from getting guns and ammo

They believe it would instead punish law-abiding gun owners

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