Hearing will be Tuesday, April 19
SACRAMENTO – San Bernardino. Sandy Hook. Columbine. Aurora.
Those are names of just some of the American cities that have suffered deeply tragic loss of human life at the hands of unstable minds in possession of rapid-fire weapons.
To help reverse those increasingly common massacres, the Senate Public Safety Committee on Tuesday, April 19, will consider Senate Bill 1446, legislation that would prohibit the possession of any ammo-holding device for an assault-style weapon that holds more than 10 rounds.