2018: Governor's Actions
When the clock stuck midnight on September 30, Governor Jerry Brown made the last legislative decisions of his political career and left his mark as a solid anti-gun politician who was willing to throw us a bone now and again. This year was no different, as he stepped firmly into the anti-gun muck with the signing of bills to prohibit the sale of firearms to anyone under 21 and increased training before anyone can get a CCW. But he vetoed some bad ones, too – he rejected banning gun shows at the Cow Palace as well as the bill to put limitations on how many long guns we can guy per month. Here’s the final rundown, and what it means to the individual gun owner:
BAD BILLS SIGNED
BAD BILLS VETOED
2017: Governor's Actions
This time every year, Gun Owners of California waits patiently to assess the damage of Governor Jerry Brown’s pen. Speculating what he would sign or veto has always been a crapshoot of sorts, and this year was no exception; there were hints he would sign some bad ones and veto a few, but in the aftermath of the Las Vegas tragedy, the guessing stopped. His deadline was midnight October 15, so when the clock struck 12 last night, we learned the good news – and the bad.