California Gov. Jerry Brown to decide on AB2888, a proposal to the employees and the managers in the school, restraining orders against gun owners, the perceived as a threat.
California lawmakers approved a bill this week to expand the list of the people, the issues could be reported to a court for a gun violence restraining order.
AB2888 the Senate 25-12 adopted. It would be co-workers, and school personnel to remove a petition to a court of law temporarily, the guns of someone who you believe presents a risk, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
ICYMI: California lawmakers approved a bill Tuesday that would allow you to remove staff and high school personnel, a petition to a court of law temporarily, the guns of someone they believe pose a danger. https://t.co/W0Q1jrSBU8
— San Francisco Chronicle (@sfchronicle) August 29, 2018
The legislation would be reported to build on the state of the led, the existing “red flag” law, adopted in the year 2014, after a fatal drive-by shooting in Isla Vista, in seven dead, including the shooter, and the Huffington Post. The law entered into force in 2016.
But critics say that the extension of the gun-take-away-the law could lead to abuses, the chronicle reported.
“It is very dangerous, if you go after someone’s liberty for some perceived security”, Craig DeLuz of the weapons policy of the coalition, told Sacramento’s KCRA-TV.
“It is very dangerous, if you go after someone, the freedom, the sense of security for some.”
– Craig De-Firearms Policy Coalition
“We all want to do what we can to ensure that we keep firearms out of the hands of people who are potentially a danger to himself or others,” he said. “But in any case, we must always be careful not to infringe on the civil liberties.”
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Firearms Directive (@gunpolicy) August 29, 2018
Currently, the red flag law is to be used only by immediate family members, cohabitants, and the law enforcement authorities, according to reports.
The expansion bill sponsored by the honourable member Phil Ting, D-San Francisco, now heads to Gov. Jerry Brown, who vetoed a similar proposal in the year 2016, the Ting filed, after a mass shooting in San Bernardino, the Huffington Post reported.
Brown said it was “premature to adopt a more expansion,” the report said. It was not immediately clear whether the Governor will sign the current bill would, according to the chronicle.
“It’s about getting the weapons out of the hands of the wrong people,” Ting said.
“It’s about getting the weapons out of the hands of the wrong people.”
– The Deputy Phil Ting, D-San Francisco
Under the bill, a judge, a person, the possession of a weapon for as long as a year, so the report could bar.
The Governor today: my bill, #AB2888. It CA gun violence expands injunction right to ask the persons in charge in the school & employer, a court temporarily away someone’s firearms, if you are a danger to themselves or others – another Instrument for the protection of municipalities. pic.twitter.com/W5VxqlCEkw
— Phil Ting (@PhilTing) August 29, 2018
In a tweet, Ting called it “another tool for the protection of communities.”
Now, if a family court for an injunction, “the gun-owner is required to surrender his or her firearms for 21 days, while waiting for a hearing on whether the order is extended by a year,” the chronicle reported. The person would be excluded from the purchase of firearms or ammunition during this time.
“We are in dealing with this issue of armed violence as a people,” Ting told the Post. “I never said this is a panacea, but it is only one of many solutions that we have to offer.”
The MP said his bill would provide additional opportunities to catch troubling behavior.
“You don’t need to increase you are get the restrictions on the people in General to firearms, but actually be able to do something that the targets of dangerous people,” Amy Barnhorst, a psychiatrist at the University of California, Davis, told Sacramento’s KCRA-TV.
“If you can simply prevent the people at this point, where you try to get a weapon, you can’t protect himself from the crowd,” she said.
Amy Lieu is a news editor and a reporter for Fox News.