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This model law prohibits the possession of large capacity ammunition magazines. The law was written specifically for municipal and county governments in California. The law includes definitions, penalties, and a list of individuals or agencies exempted from the law.
This model resolution urges a county's sheriff or a city's chief of police to sign-up for monthly updates from the state DOJ with the names of armed individuals that are prohibited from possessing firearms. The state DOJ maintains an online database of individuals who purchased firearms legally, but who subsequently lost the right to own or possess a firearm. The sheriff or chief of police is urged to investigate each individual on the list and retrieve illegally held firearms. This model was written specifically for local governments in California.
This model law requires an individual who owns or possesses a firearm to report the loss or theft of his/her firearm to law enforcement within 48 hours before he/she knew or reasonably should have known that it was missing. The law also requires a person who had a firearm lost or stolen during the five years prior to the enactment of the law to report the loss to law enforcement within 60 days. This model was written specifically for local governments in California.
The ordinance prohibits extraction of natural gas from new wells; and prohibits utilizing new extraction methods on pre-existing wells.
This model resolution urges local law enforcement to send letters concerning the obligations of a gun owner to prospective firearm purchasers during the ten-day waiting period. The letter will inform the gun purchaser that it is a crime to sell or give a gun to another individual without completing a Dealer Record of Sale form at a gun store. If a Dealer Record of Sale form is not completed and the firearm is involved with a crime, the City Attorney may prosecute the previous owner. This model was written specifically for local governments in California.