From the Headquarters of Paul Schrader, Candidate for Sheriff-Coroner, San Bernardino County.
We need to see change regarding the gun laws in California. We see too much political maneuvering when it comes to how Carried Concealed Weapons (CCW) permits are issued, due to the way the law is written. Call your lawmakers and tell them you want the law changed.
I believe this is a positive "fresh start" toward gun law reform in California.
On Tuesday, April 6, the Assembly Public Safety Committee will consider three pro-gun bills.
Assembly Bill 2053, sponsored by Assemblymember Jeff Miller (R-71), would clarify the current statutes for law enforcement to issue a concealed firearms license. Under AB2053, the “good cause” stipulation would apply to self-defense, defending the life of another, or preventing crime in which a human life is threatened.
Assembly Bill 2115, introduced by Assemblymember Steve Knight (R-36), would alter California’s concealed carry statutes by eliminating the “good cause” requirement for veterans.
Assembly Bill 2152, simply put, would exempt honorably discharged members of the United States Armed Forces, National Guard, Air National Guard, and active reserve components of the United States from the handgun safety certificate requirements to purchase a handgun. AB2152 is sponsored by Assemblymember Jim Nielsen (R-2).
Please contact the members of the Assembly Committee on Public Safety TODAY and respectfully urge them to support AB2053, AB2115, and AB2152. Contact information can be found below.
Assembly Member Tom Ammiano (D-13) - Chair
Assembly Member Curt Hagman (R-60) - Vice Chair
Assembly Member Danny D. Gilmore (R-30)
Assembly Member Jerry Hill (D-19)
Assembly Member Nancy Skinner (D-14)
Assembly Member Jim Beall, Jr. (D-24)
Assembly Member Anthony Portantino (D-44)
If you have any questions, contact Candidate Paul Schrader at 909-732-6964.