SACRAMENTO (KCBS) – A state legislative committee was taking up a key gun control bill in Sacramento Tuesday.

The Assembly Committee on Public Safety held a hearing Tuesday morning on a proposal to require ammunition vendors to be authorized dealers and to get identification from buyers.

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The bill, authored by Assemblywoman Nancy Skinner (D-Berkeley), would also bar devices that allow guns to fire more than 10 bullets without reloading.

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Skinner’s proposal is one of many gun control bills making their way through the state legislature on the heels of the Sandy Hook massacre.

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