SAN JOSE, Calif. ( KPIX ) – One month after a mass shooting, city councilors have passed gun control measures. In a unanimous vote, the San Jose City Council approved a measure requiring every gun owner to have liability insurance coverage for their firearms. A second measure requires gun owners to pay an annual fee to compensate taxpayers for the public cost of responding to gun-related injuries and deaths, such as emergency medical and police response. Gun rights advocates said the measures would punish law-abiding gun owners, and others worry it infringes on the Second Amendment. “We believe it is clearly unconstitutional for the government at any level to charge some sort of a fee before somebody can exercise an enumerated, constitutional right,” Sam Paredes said during the council meeting in a public comment. New data from an independent nonprofit organization showed gun violence incidents in San Jose cost taxpayers $442 million annually. The city council’s actions took place after a mass shooting in San Jose that took the lives of nine people in May. Some supporters of the measures said the council’s decisions are a step forward in combatting gun violence. Those who don’t comply with the mandates could have their weapons seized. Copyright 2021 KPIX via CNN Newsource. All rights reserved.