FILE 2018: California Gov. Jerry Brown is reportedly three bills are considering to restrictions on gun ownership in his state.
Lawmakers in California on Monday sent three bills to Gov. Jerry Brown’s Desk, in the call for tighter restrictions on firearms in a state that one of the toughest gun laws in the country.
The bill was sent to Brown’s Desk a day after an armed man opened fire in a gaming event in Florida, killing two, before he the gun on himself.
The Los Angeles Times reported that the bills call for a lifetime ban for those convicted of domestic violence, together with the ordered by a court to a psychiatric, twice in a year.
State lawmakers have also called for Californians with a concealed weapon permit interested in obtaining to undergo eight hours of instruction, and pass a live fire test, before he granted the permission, the report said.
Most of the Republicans against the concealed-carry measure, warning that there is no limit on the amount of training, a County may request the permit in accordance with the proposed law.
The state is known for strict gun laws. Those convicted of domestic violence in the state is currently a 10-year trial period, the report said. Also, the state currently enforces a five-year ban for those associated with holding a court in a psychiatric the report said.
“If you want to have a loaded gun in public, you need to show that you know what you are doing,” Todd Gloria, a Democrat and member of Parliament, told The Times.
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