Pending California gun legislation...
04/17/2013 4:32 PM
04/17/2013 5:14 PM
Various pro and con gun bills before the legislature:
SB 456--Requires dogs to take firearm safety course.
AB 234--Restricts use of automatic weapons to "lawn aeration."
AB 167--Permits magazines up to 600 rounds for squirrel hunting.
SB 231--Makes thinking about guns, or using words contains the letters "G", "U", or "N" a felony.
SB 112--Authorizes gun shows in church basements.
SB 189--Confiscates all SuperSoakers as part of squirt gun buyback program.
AB 333--Mandates that each resident of California purchase six (6) AR-15s as part of economic stimulus package.
AB 322--Replaces language in Second Amendment to excise "right to keep and bear arms" to "right to keep and bear Nerf footballs."
SB 420--Requires that marijuana be smoked before using a weapon to ensure lack of accuracy, motivation.
AB 210--Creates a state commission to study guns until 2078.
SB 200--Requires all Californians renting "western and/or cowboy movies" to submit to background check.
SB 45--Changes name of "Wayne La Pierre" to "Wayne Bad P.R."
AB 111--Creates $35 billion dollar tunnel to ship guns into Pacific Ocean.
SB 267--Eliminates CalPERS, replaces with CalIBERS, which provides guns to state retirees instead of money.
AB 209--Destroys all known copies of gun-based films featuring former California governors.
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