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No Joke: California Weighing Stricter Gun Laws

No Joke: California Weighing Stricter Gun Laws

By Nora Kelly | The Atlantic via Infowars

In the wake of mass violence, some Americans look to tighten gun laws because that’s something tangible, if politically difficult, that they can do—whether or not those new rules would have prevented a specific incident.

As Californians file into voting booths next November, they might see a ballot initiative inspired at least in part by mass shootings like the one in San Bernardino this week, which 14 people were killed and 21 injured.

California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom announced the proposition in October at the San Francisco site of a 1993 shooting that claimed eight lives. And when he talked to The Los Angeles Times about his efforts, he referenced the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting in Connecticut, which claimed 26.

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