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California Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, said on Monday that the sex has to a part of the national discussion on the reduction of armed violence, since most of the perpetrators are at mass shootings are male.
Newsom held an emergency meeting Monday in Sacramento with some of the leading school, healthcare and security officials following a deadly mass shootings in Gilroy, California., El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio in the past two weeks killed more than 30.
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“These shootings are predominantly — almost exclusively — men, boys, men. I think that is missing in the national dialogue,” Newsom said, according to Politico. “I think it’s deep to be the question of how we educate our young men, to the deep, to hold to values that we tend to love power, domination, aggression, and empathy, caring and cooperation.”
“I just want to imagine that in this debate we move more tactically, the Problem of early childhood trauma, the questions, the stresses that mental health issues, access to weapons. All of these things,” Newsom said.
California has some of the strictest gun laws in the country. A new California law that went into effect in July, requires anyone buying ammunition within the state to submit to a check of a background, before buying, reported an additional $1 fee, the Sacramento Bee. Ammunition dealers must have a buyer ID through the state’s Automated firearms System, to see if the Person has been convicted of a crime, or anything else on their entry ban on the sale.
Newsom said Monday that he will continue to be, for restrictions on gun and ammunition sales outside of the state, calling specifically on the Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. to reconvene the Senate of the recess to be aware of the gun law. He wants to also reported the strengths of California’s gun violence restraining order that prohibits a Person buying a gun, if deemed dangerous to themselves or others, Politically.
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On Monday, California democratic member Marc Levine of San Rafael, a measure that would require a $25 tax on the sale of handguns and semi-automatic rifles, which start in January, citing the latest “weapon of terror” in the country. Newsom said it would consider the proposal.