Guns

Facebook Cracks Down On Gun Sales, Advertising On Its NetworkFacebook announced a new policy that bars private individuals from advertising or selling firearms on the world's largest social network.
California Bill Would Limit Buyers To 1 Rifle Or Shotgun Per MonthCalifornians would be limited to buying a maximum of one rifle or shotgun each month under newly proposed legislation.
Man Denied Permit To Open Gun Shop In Daly City Claims Constitutional Rights Violation In LawsuitA man denied a permit to open a gun shop in Daly City last year is suing the City Council, claiming they violated his Constitutional rights in not allowing him to sell and repair firearms in the city.
San Francisco Lawmaker Targets Assault Weapons With Proposed Ban On 'Bullet Button' GunsA San Francisco lawmaker is seeking to further expand California's ban on assault weapons by banning the so-called "bullet button."
California Bill Would Require Police Officers To Keep Guns Secure In CarsA bill introduced to the state Senate Tuesday would step up safety measures for handguns left in vehicles by law enforcement
Oakland City Council Approves New Gun Control MeasuresThe Oakland City Council on Tuesday unanimously passed proposals council members believe will strengthen the city’s firearms laws.
San Francisco May Soon Require Guns In Cars To Be Placed In LockboxesAn ordinance requiring anyone storing a gun in a vehicle to secure it in a lockbox, including on and off-duty law enforcement personnel, is set to come before the Board of Supervisors next month.
Stanford Researchers Link Right-To-Carry Gun Laws With Rise In Violent CrimeA new study at Stanford that looked at crime data over a period of more than two decades and found crime rates actually increased when states adopted RTC laws.
73-Year-Old San Francisco Man Shoots Burglary Suspect In KneeA 73-year-old man in San Francisco's Russian Hill neighborhood shot a burglary suspect in the knee late Sunday night, police said.
Punishment For Stolen Gun In California Depends On Firearm's ValueThe punishment for possessing a stolen gun in California depends on the value of the gun, and a single dollar can mean the difference between a felony, and a misdemeanor.
Newsom Proposing Stricter Gun Laws Wake Of School ShootingsCalifornia Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom is proposing a 2016 ballot initiative that would ask voters to strengthen the state's gun laws.
Guns, Ammo Sell Like Hot Cakes Before Last San Francisco Gun Shop Closes Its DoorsCustomers are rushing to scoop up discounted firearms from San Francisco’s last gun store before it closes its doors at the end of the month in protest of a proposal to videotape gun sales in the city.

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