California To Allow Employers, Co-Workers, Teachers To Seek Gun Violence Restraining OrdersGov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed a law that will make state the first to allow employers, co-workers and teachers to seek gun violence restraining orders.
S.F. Assemblyman to Reintroduce Gun Restraining Order Bill After Bar MassacreThe bill would expand the list of people who can file for a gun violence restraining order, in which a person's firearms are taken away for 21 days -- in some cases up to a year -- if they're proven to be a lethal threat to themselves or someone else.
Filing False Report To Have A Person's Guns Seized Would Be Felony Under Bill From SoCal LawmakerFiling a false report for a restraining order to remove guns from someone thought to be at risk would become a felony under a proposed bill by a Southern California assemblywoman.