October 22, Laws to Watch Affecting You

AB 1346 Outlaw small gas engines. At objection FB.  Approved

HR 4350 Defense Bill (NDAA) passed the House with gun Red Flag in it. (click on link to track progress)

SB 264,715 and AB 173 in works for more gun control in CA.

HR 1 For the People Act of 2021 is getting closer to being law!!!

HR 4315 Provides Cola increase for the Elderly.  Introduced

SB 11 Seeks to improve Wildfire Ins. coverage.  Approved

SB 264 Bans state sale of firearms.  Governor Approved   

SB 715 Controls sale of guns to minors. Law 23 Sept.

SB 61   More gun control Approved by Governor

AB 1223 Oppose Firearm and Ammo Tax.  Approved

HR 51 DC to Statehood bill Passed House going to Senate.

Biden 3.5 and 1.5 trillion infrastructure Bill  PLUS  Build Back Better

Berman. Air pollution: small off-road engines.
Existing law imposes various limitations on the emissions of air contaminants for the control of air pollution from vehicular and nonvehicular sources. Existing law assigns the responsibility for controlling vehicular sources of air pollution to the State Air Resources Board.
This bill would require the state board, by July 1, 2022, consistent with federal law, to adopt cost-effective and technologically feasible regulations to prohibit engine exhaust and evaporative emissions from new small off-road engines, as defined by the state board. The bill would require the state board to identify and, to the extent feasible, make available funding for commercial rebates or similar incentive funding as part of any updates to existing applicable funding program guidelines to local air pollution control districts and air quality management districts to implement to support the transition to zero-emission small off-road equipment operations.

SB-264 Firearms: the OC Fair and Event Center.

Existing law generally regulates the sale and transfer of firearms, including, among other things, requiring transactions of firearms to be completed through a licensed firearms dealer.
Existing law generally makes a violation of the requirements relating to the sale, lease, or transfer of a firearm a misdemeanor.
This bill would prohibit an officer, employee, operator, lessee, or licensee of the 32nd District Agricultural Association, as defined, from contracting for, authorizing, or allowing the sale of any firearm, firearm precursor part, or ammunition on the property or in the buildings that comprise the OC Fair and Event Center, as specified. The bill would exempt from its provisions a gun buyback event held by a law enforcement agency, the sale of a firearm by a public administrator, public guardian, or public conservator within the course of their duties, a sale that occurs pursuant to a contract that was entered into before January 1, 2022, and the purchase of ammunition on state property by a law enforcement agency in the course of its regular duties. Because a violation of this prohibition would be a crime, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program.

SB 715, Portantino. Criminal law.

Existing law authorizes the state prosecutor to investigate and gather facts in an incident involving a shooting by a peace officer that results in the death of an unarmed civilian. Existing law defines the Attorney General as the state prosecutor.
This bill would also authorize the state prosecutor to investigate and gather facts in an incident involving a shooting by a peace officer that results in the death of a civilian if there is a reasonable dispute as to whether the civilian was armed.
Existing law requires the sale, transfer, or loan of a firearm to be processed, as specified, through a licensed firearm dealer.
This bill would exempt from these provisions a licensed manufacturer of ammunition, as specified.
Existing law prohibits the transfer of a firearm to a minor, except as specified.
This bill amends those exceptions to include new requirements for loans based upon the type of firearm and the age of the minor. [...read more]
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