California Democrats try again to outlaw gun shows on state property, fairgrounds

What is a ghost gun? Triple Beam arrest leads to confiscation of a ghost gun outside a Fresno football game. This was one of over 120 arrests during a strategic gang enforcement effort led by the U.S. Marshals Service. By Craig Kohlruss captions and subtitles off, selected Triple Beam arrest leads to confiscation of a ghost gun outside a Fresno football game. This was one of over 120 arrests during a strategic gang enforcement effort led by the U.S. Marshals Service. By Craig Kohlruss A Southern California Democrat hopes Gov. Gavin Newsom will ban all guns and ammo sales on all state property, a move that would effectively end firearms shows at dozens of local fairs across the state. Newly-elected California State Sen. Dave Min, D-Irvine, introduced SB 264, which would prohibit a state employee or operator of “state-owned property, from contracting for, authorizing, or allowing the sale of any firearm or ammunition.” The bill makes an exception for gun buy-back programs. “The evidence is overwhelmingly clear — more guns lead to more violence,” the senator’s office said in a statement. “Gun violence splinters families and communities, and I am hopeful my colleagues will see taxpayers’ dollars have no place in funding the proliferation of gun sales and heartbreak.” The legislation would make California the first state in the nation to prohibit gun shows at state-owned fairgrounds, and it sets the stage for yet another high-profile fight over gun regulations in a state that has over the years passed […]

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