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AB 1014 - An Act to Amend Section 1524 Of, to Amend, Repeal, and Add Section 18250 Of, to Add Section 1542.5 To, and to Add Division 3.2 (Commencing with Section 18100) to Title 2 of Part 6 Of, the Penal Code, and to Amend, Repeal, and Add Section 8105 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, Relating to Firearms.

Gun violence restraining orders. 2013-2014 Legislature. View bill details
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Summary:
(1)Existing law regulates the sale, transfer, possession, and ownership of firearms, including prohibiting specified persons from owning or possessing firearms. Existing law, among other things, generally prohibits a person subject to a domestic violence protective order from owning or possessing a firearm while that order is in effect.

This bill would authorize a court to issue a… More
(1)Existing law regulates the sale, transfer, possession, and ownership of firearms, including prohibiting specified persons from owning or possessing firearms. Existing law, among other things, generally prohibits a person subject to a domestic violence protective order from owning or possessing a firearm while that order is in effect.

This bill would authorize a court to issue a temporary emergency gun violence restraining order if a law enforcement officer asserts and a judicial officer finds that there is reasonable cause to believe that the subject of the petition poses an immediate and present danger of causing personal injury to himself, herself, or another by having in his or her custody or control, owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving a firearm and that the order is necessary to prevent personal injury to himself, herself, or another, as specified. The bill would require a law enforcement officer to serve the order on the restrained person, if the restrained person can reasonably be located, file a copy of the order with the court, and have the order entered into the computer database system for protective and restraining orders maintained by the Department of Justice. The bill would require the presiding judge of the superior court of each county to designate at least one judge, commissioner, or referee who is required to be reasonably available to issue temporary emergency gun violence restraining orders when the court is not in session.

This bill would additionally authorize a court to issue an ex parte gun violence restraining order prohibiting the subject of the petition from having in his or her custody or control, owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving, or attempting to purchase or receive, a firearm or ammunition when it is shown that there is a substantial likelihood that the subject of the petition poses a significant danger of harm to himself, herself, or another in the near future by having in his or her custody or control, owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving a firearm and that the order is necessary to prevent personal injury to himself, herself, or another, as specified. The bill would require the ex parte order to expire no later than 21 days after the date on the order and would require the court to hold a hearing within 21 days of issuing the ex parte gun violence restraining order to determine if a gun violence restraining order that is in effect for one year should be issued. The bill would require a law enforcement officer or a person at least 18 years of age who is not a party to the action to personally serve the restrained person the ex parte order, if the restrained person can reasonably be located.

The bill would authorize a court to issue a gun violence restraining order prohibiting the subject of the petition from having in his or her custody or control, owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving, or attempting to purchase or receive, a firearm or ammunition for a period of one year when there is clear and convincing evidence that the subject of the petition, or a person subject to an ex parte gun violence restraining order, as applicable, poses a significant danger of personal injury to himself, herself, or another by having in his or her custody or control, owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving a firearm and that the order is necessary to prevent personal injury to himself, herself, or another, as specified. The bill would authorize the renewal of the order for additional one-year periods and would permit the restrained person to request one hearing to terminate the order during the effective period of the initial order or each renewal period.

The bill would require a court, upon issuance of a gun violence restraining order, to order the restrained person to surrender to the local law enforcement agency all firearms and ammunition in his or her custody or control, or which he or she possesses or owns. The bill would require the local law enforcement agency to retain custody of the firearm or firearms and ammunition for the duration of a gun violence restraining order.

The bill would require the court to notify the Department of Justice when any gun violence restraining order has been issued, renewed, dissolved, or terminated. The bill would also require the court, when sending that notice, to specify whether the person subject to the gun violence restraining order was present in court to be informed of the contents of the order or if the person failed to appear. The bill would require proof of service of the order to be entered into the California Restraining and Protective Order System, as specified.

The bill would make it a misdemeanor to file a petition for an ex parte gun violence restraining order or a gun violence restraining order issued after notice and a hearing, knowing the information in the petition to be false or with the intent to harass. The bill would also provide that a person who owns or possesses a firearm or ammunition with the knowledge that he or she is prohibited from doing so by a gun violence restraining order is guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be prohibited from having in his or her custody or control, owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving, or attempting to purchase or receive, a firearm or ammunition for a 5-year period, commencing upon the expiration of the existing gun violence restraining order.

By creating new crimes and by requiring new duties of local law enforcement, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program.

(2)Existing law states the grounds upon which a search warrant may be issued, including when the property or things to be seized include a firearm or any other deadly weapon that is owned by, or in the possession of, or in the custody or control of, specified persons.

This bill would allow a search warrant to be issued when the property or things to be seized are firearms or ammunition or both that are owned by, in the possession of, or in the custody or control of, a person who is the subject of a gun violence restraining order if a prohibited firearm or ammunition or both is possessed, owned, in the custody of, or controlled by a person against whom a gun violence restraining order has been issued, the person has been lawfully served with that order, and the person has failed to relinquish the firearm as required by law. The bill would also require the law enforcement officer executing a search warrant issued upon that ground to take custody of any firearm or ammunition that is in the restrained person’s custody or control or possession or that is owned by the restrained person, which is discovered pursuant to a consensual or other lawful search and would provide rules for executing the search warrant when the location to be searched is jointly occupied by the restrained person and one or more other persons.

(3)Existing law requires specified law enforcement officers to take temporary custody of any firearm or deadly weapon in plain sight or discovered pursuant to a lawful search when present at the scene of a domestic violence incident involving a threat to human life or physical assault.

This bill would apply the requirements described above to law enforcement officers serving a gun violence restraining order. The bill would also apply those requirements when the law enforcement officer is a sworn member of the Department of Justice who is a peace officer.

(4)Existing law requires the Department of Justice to request public and private mental hospitals, sanitariums, and institutions to submit to the department information necessary to identify persons who are prohibited from having a firearm because the person has been admitted to a facility, is receiving inpatient treatment, and is a danger to himself, herself, or others. Existing law requires the department to only use the information for certain specified purposes.

This bill would additionally authorize the department to use the above-described information to determine the eligibility of a person who is the subject of a petition for the issuance of a gun violence restraining order to acquire, carry, or possess firearms, destructive devices, or explosives.

(5)Existing constitutional provisions require that a statute that limits the right of access to the meetings of public bodies or the writings of public officials and agencies be adopted with findings demonstrating the interest protected by the limitation and the need for protecting that interest.

This bill would make legislative findings to that effect.

(6)This bill would incorporate additional changes in Section 18250 of the Penal Code, proposed by SB 1154, to be operative only if SB 1154 and this bill are chaptered and become effective on or before January 1, 2015, and this bill is chaptered last.

(7)The California Constitution requires the state to reimburse local agencies and school districts for certain costs mandated by the state. Statutory provisions establish procedures for making that reimbursement.

This bill would provide that with regard to certain mandates no reimbursement is required by this act for a specified reason.

With regard to any other mandates, this bill would provide that, if the Commission on State Mandates determines that the bill contains costs so mandated by the state, reimbursement for those costs shall be made pursuant to the statutory provisions noted above.

(8)The provisions of this bill would be effective January 1, 2016. Hide
 
Status:
The bill has become law (chaptered). 
Assembly Vote: On Passage

PASSED on August 29, 2014.

voted YES: 48 voted NO: 28
3 voted present/not voting

An Act to Amend Section 1524 Of, to Amend, Repeal, and Add Section 18250 Of, to Add Section 1542.5 To, and to Add Division 3.2 (Commencing with Section 18100) to Title 2 of Part 6 Of, the Penal Code, and to Amend, Repeal, and Add Section 8105 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, Relating to Firearms.

AB 1014 — 2013-2014 Legislature

Summary
(1)Existing law regulates the sale, transfer, possession, and ownership of firearms, including prohibiting specified persons from owning or possessing firearms. Existing law, among other things, generally prohibits a person subject to a domestic violence protective order from owning or possessing a firearm while that order is in effect.

This bill would authorize a court to issue a temporary emergency gun violence restraining order if a law enforcement officer asserts and a judicial officer finds that there is reasonable cause to believe that the subject of the petition poses an immediate and present danger of causing personal injury to himself, herself, or another by having in his or her custody or control, owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving a firearm and that the order is necessary to prevent personal injury to himself, herself, or another, as specified. The bill would require a law enforcement officer to serve the order on the restrained person, if the restrained person can reasonably be located, file a copy of the order with the court, and have the order entered into the computer database system for protective and restraining orders maintained by the… More
(1)Existing law regulates the sale, transfer, possession, and ownership of firearms, including prohibiting specified persons from owning or possessing firearms. Existing law, among other things, generally prohibits a person subject to a domestic violence protective order from owning or possessing a firearm while that order is in effect.

This bill would authorize a court to issue a temporary emergency gun violence restraining order if a law enforcement officer asserts and a judicial officer finds that there is reasonable cause to believe that the subject of the petition poses an immediate and present danger of causing personal injury to himself, herself, or another by having in his or her custody or control, owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving a firearm and that the order is necessary to prevent personal injury to himself, herself, or another, as specified. The bill would require a law enforcement officer to serve the order on the restrained person, if the restrained person can reasonably be located, file a copy of the order with the court, and have the order entered into the computer database system for protective and restraining orders maintained by the Department of Justice. The bill would require the presiding judge of the superior court of each county to designate at least one judge, commissioner, or referee who is required to be reasonably available to issue temporary emergency gun violence restraining orders when the court is not in session.

This bill would additionally authorize a court to issue an ex parte gun violence restraining order prohibiting the subject of the petition from having in his or her custody or control, owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving, or attempting to purchase or receive, a firearm or ammunition when it is shown that there is a substantial likelihood that the subject of the petition poses a significant danger of harm to himself, herself, or another in the near future by having in his or her custody or control, owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving a firearm and that the order is necessary to prevent personal injury to himself, herself, or another, as specified. The bill would require the ex parte order to expire no later than 21 days after the date on the order and would require the court to hold a hearing within 21 days of issuing the ex parte gun violence restraining order to determine if a gun violence restraining order that is in effect for one year should be issued. The bill would require a law enforcement officer or a person at least 18 years of age who is not a party to the action to personally serve the restrained person the ex parte order, if the restrained person can reasonably be located.

The bill would authorize a court to issue a gun violence restraining order prohibiting the subject of the petition from having in his or her custody or control, owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving, or attempting to purchase or receive, a firearm or ammunition for a period of one year when there is clear and convincing evidence that the subject of the petition, or a person subject to an ex parte gun violence restraining order, as applicable, poses a significant danger of personal injury to himself, herself, or another by having in his or her custody or control, owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving a firearm and that the order is necessary to prevent personal injury to himself, herself, or another, as specified. The bill would authorize the renewal of the order for additional one-year periods and would permit the restrained person to request one hearing to terminate the order during the effective period of the initial order or each renewal period.

The bill would require a court, upon issuance of a gun violence restraining order, to order the restrained person to surrender to the local law enforcement agency all firearms and ammunition in his or her custody or control, or which he or she possesses or owns. The bill would require the local law enforcement agency to retain custody of the firearm or firearms and ammunition for the duration of a gun violence restraining order.

The bill would require the court to notify the Department of Justice when any gun violence restraining order has been issued, renewed, dissolved, or terminated. The bill would also require the court, when sending that notice, to specify whether the person subject to the gun violence restraining order was present in court to be informed of the contents of the order or if the person failed to appear. The bill would require proof of service of the order to be entered into the California Restraining and Protective Order System, as specified.

The bill would make it a misdemeanor to file a petition for an ex parte gun violence restraining order or a gun violence restraining order issued after notice and a hearing, knowing the information in the petition to be false or with the intent to harass. The bill would also provide that a person who owns or possesses a firearm or ammunition with the knowledge that he or she is prohibited from doing so by a gun violence restraining order is guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be prohibited from having in his or her custody or control, owning, purchasing, possessing, or receiving, or attempting to purchase or receive, a firearm or ammunition for a 5-year period, commencing upon the expiration of the existing gun violence restraining order.

By creating new crimes and by requiring new duties of local law enforcement, this bill would impose a state-mandated local program.

(2)Existing law states the grounds upon which a search warrant may be issued, including when the property or things to be seized include a firearm or any other deadly weapon that is owned by, or in the possession of, or in the custody or control of, specified persons.

This bill would allow a search warrant to be issued when the property or things to be seized are firearms or ammunition or both that are owned by, in the possession of, or in the custody or control of, a person who is the subject of a gun violence restraining order if a prohibited firearm or ammunition or both is possessed, owned, in the custody of, or controlled by a person against whom a gun violence restraining order has been issued, the person has been lawfully served with that order, and the person has failed to relinquish the firearm as required by law. The bill would also require the law enforcement officer executing a search warrant issued upon that ground to take custody of any firearm or ammunition that is in the restrained person’s custody or control or possession or that is owned by the restrained person, which is discovered pursuant to a consensual or other lawful search and would provide rules for executing the search warrant when the location to be searched is jointly occupied by the restrained person and one or more other persons.

(3)Existing law requires specified law enforcement officers to take temporary custody of any firearm or deadly weapon in plain sight or discovered pursuant to a lawful search when present at the scene of a domestic violence incident involving a threat to human life or physical assault.

This bill would apply the requirements described above to law enforcement officers serving a gun violence restraining order. The bill would also apply those requirements when the law enforcement officer is a sworn member of the Department of Justice who is a peace officer.

(4)Existing law requires the Department of Justice to request public and private mental hospitals, sanitariums, and institutions to submit to the department information necessary to identify persons who are prohibited from having a firearm because the person has been admitted to a facility, is receiving inpatient treatment, and is a danger to himself, herself, or others. Existing law requires the department to only use the information for certain specified purposes.

This bill would additionally authorize the department to use the above-described information to determine the eligibility of a person who is the subject of a petition for the issuance of a gun violence restraining order to acquire, carry, or possess firearms, destructive devices, or explosives.

(5)Existing constitutional provisions require that a statute that limits the right of access to the meetings of public bodies or the writings of public officials and agencies be adopted with findings demonstrating the interest protected by the limitation and the need for protecting that interest.

This bill would make legislative findings to that effect.

(6)This bill would incorporate additional changes in Section 18250 of the Penal Code, proposed by SB 1154, to be operative only if SB 1154 and this bill are chaptered and become effective on or before January 1, 2015, and this bill is chaptered last.

(7)The California Constitution requires the state to reimburse local agencies and school districts for certain costs mandated by the state. Statutory provisions establish procedures for making that reimbursement.

This bill would provide that with regard to certain mandates no reimbursement is required by this act for a specified reason.

With regard to any other mandates, this bill would provide that, if the Commission on State Mandates determines that the bill contains costs so mandated by the state, reimbursement for those costs shall be made pursuant to the statutory provisions noted above.

(8)The provisions of this bill would be effective January 1, 2016. Hide
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Title
An Act to Amend Section 1524 Of, to Amend, Repeal, and Add Section 18250 Of, to Add Section 1542.5 To, and to Add Division 3.2 (Commencing with Section 18100) to Title 2 of Part 6 Of, the Penal Code, and to Amend, Repeal, and Add Section 8105 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, Relating to Firearms.
Author(s)
Nancy Skinner, Das Williams
Co-Authors
Subjects
  • Gun violence restraining orders
Major Actions
Introduced2/22/2013
Referred to Committee
Passed Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce4/29/2013
Passed Assembly Committee on Appropriations5/24/2013
Passed Assembly5/31/2013
Passed Senate Committee on Public Safety6/24/2014
Passed Senate Committee on Appropriations8/04/2014
Passed Senate Committee on Appropriations8/14/2014
Passed Senate8/27/2014
Passed Assembly Committee on Public Safety8/29/2014
Passed Assembly8/29/2014
Presented to the governor (enrolled)9/10/2014
Became law (chaptered).9/30/2014
Bill History
Chamber/CommitteeMotionDateResult
select this voteAssembly Committee on Utilities and CommerceDo pass as amended and be re-referred to the Committee on Appropriations.4/29/2013This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Utilities and Commerce
11 voted YES 0 voted NO 4 voted present/not voting
select this voteAssembly Committee on AppropriationsDo pass.5/24/2013This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Appropriations
13 voted YES 4 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
select this voteAssemblyAB 1014 WILLIAMS Assembly Third Reading5/31/2013This bill PASSED the Assembly
55 voted YES 17 voted NO 7 voted present/not voting
select this voteSenate Committee on Public SafetyDo pass as amended, and re-refer to the Committee on Appropriations.6/24/2014This motion PASSED the Senate Committee on Public Safety
5 voted YES 2 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
select this voteSenate Committee on AppropriationsPlaced on Appropriations Suspense file.8/04/2014This motion PASSED the Senate Committee on Appropriations
7 voted YES 0 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
select this voteSenate Committee on AppropriationsDo pass as amended.8/14/2014This motion PASSED the Senate Committee on Appropriations
5 voted YES 0 voted NO 2 voted present/not voting
select this voteSenateAssembly 3rd Reading AB1014 Skinner By Jackson8/27/2014This bill PASSED the Senate
23 voted YES 8 voted NO 9 voted present/not voting
select this voteAssembly Committee on Public SafetySenate amendments be concurred in.8/29/2014This motion PASSED the Assembly Committee on Public Safety
5 voted YES 2 voted NO 0 voted present/not voting
currently selectedAssemblyAB 1014 SKINNER Concurrence in Senate Amendments8/29/2014This bill PASSED the Assembly
48 voted YES 28 voted NO 3 voted present/not voting
ActionDateDescription
Introduced2/22/2013
2/22/2013Introduced. To print.
2/24/2013From printer. May be heard in committee March 26.
2/25/2013Read first time.
3/21/2013Referred to Com. on U. & C. From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to Com. on U. & C. Read second time and amended.
4/01/2013Re-referred to Com. on U. & C.
4/09/2013From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to Com. on U. & C. Read second time and amended.
4/10/2013Re-referred to Com. on U. & C.
4/15/2013In committee: Set, first hearing. Hearing canceled at the request of author.
4/22/2013In committee: Set, second hearing. Hearing canceled at the request of author.
4/24/2013From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to Com. on U. & C. Read second time and amended.
4/25/2013Re-referred to Com. on U. & C.
select this voteVote4/29/2013Do pass as amended and be re-referred to the Committee on Appropriations.
5/07/2013From committee: Do pass as amended and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 11. Noes 0.) (April 29).
5/08/2013Read second time and amended.
5/09/2013Re-referred to Com. on APPR.
5/24/2013In committee: Set, first hearing. Referred to APPR. suspense file.
select this voteVote5/24/2013Do pass.
5/31/2013Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Senate.
select this voteAssembly Vote on Passage5/31/2013AB 1014 WILLIAMS Assembly Third Reading
6/03/2013In Senate. Read first time. To Com. on RLS. for assignment.
6/13/2013Referred to Com. on RLS.
5/28/2014From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to committee. Read second time, amended, and re-referred to Com. on RLS.
6/05/2014Re-referred to Com. on PUB. S.
6/11/2014From committee chair, with author's amendments: Amend, and re-refer to committee. Read second time, amended, and re-referred to Com. on PUB. S.
select this voteVote6/24/2014Do pass as amended, and re-refer to the Committee on Appropriations.
7/01/2014From committee: Do pass as amended and re-refer to Com. on APPR. (Ayes 5. Noes 2.) (June 24).
7/02/2014Read second time and amended. Re-referred to Com. on APPR.
select this voteVote8/04/2014Placed on Appropriations Suspense file.
select this voteVote8/14/2014Do pass as amended.
8/14/2014From committee: Do pass as amended. (Ayes 5. Noes 0.) (August 14).
8/18/2014Read second time and amended. Ordered to third reading.
8/21/2014Read third time and amended. Ordered to second reading.
8/22/2014Read second time. Ordered to third reading.
8/27/2014Read third time. Passed. Ordered to the Assembly.
8/27/2014In Assembly. Concurrence in Senate amendments pending. May be considered on or after August 29 pursuant to Assembly Rule 77.
select this voteSenate Vote on Passage8/27/2014Assembly 3rd Reading AB1014 Skinner By Jackson
8/28/2014Re-referred to Com. on PUB. S. pursuant to Assembly Rule 77.2. Joint Rule 62(a), file notice suspended.
8/29/2014From committee: That the Senate amendments be concurred in. (Ayes 5. Noes 2.) (August 29). Assembly Rule 63 suspended. Senate amendments concurred in. To Engrossing and Enrolling.
select this voteVote8/29/2014Senate amendments be concurred in.
currently selectedAssembly Vote on Passage8/29/2014AB 1014 SKINNER Concurrence in Senate Amendments
9/10/2014Enrolled and presented to the Governor at 10 a.m.
9/30/2014Approved by the Governor.
9/30/2014Chaptered by Secretary of State - Chapter 872, Statutes of 2014.

Total contributions given to Assemblymembers from interest groups that…

416 times as much
$0
$228,698
$5,550
$0
$1,662,064
$130,800
$19,027
$0
$32,600
$2,078,739
$5,000
$0
$5,000

opposed this bill

Anti-gun control
Health & welfare policy (split)
Public official (elected or appointed) (split)
Hunting & wildlife
24 Organizations Supported and 7 Opposed; See Which Ones

Organizations that took a position on
An Act to Amend Section 1524 Of, to Amend, Repeal, and Add Section 18250 Of, to Add Section 1542.5 To, and to Add Division 3.2 (Commencing with Section 18100) to Title 2 of Part 6 Of, the Penal Code, and to Amend, Repeal, and Add Section 8105 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, Relating to Firearms.: AB 1014 SKINNER Concurrence in Senate Amendments

24 organizations supported this bill

American Association of Suicidology
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Association of Mental Health Peer Run Organizations
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Chapters of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Democratic Party
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
california partnership to end domestic violence
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Police Chiefs Association
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
california psychiatric association
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California State Sheriffs' Association
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
City of Los Angeles
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
City of Sacramento
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Cleveland School Remembers
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Coalition to Stop Gun Violence
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Courage Campaign
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Disability Rights California
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Everytown for Gun Safety
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
friends committee on legislation of california
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Jewish Public Affairs Committee of California
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Lutheran Office of Public Policy - California
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Physicians for Social Responsibility Sacramento Chapter
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
PICO California
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Violence Prevention Coalition of Greater Los Angeles
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Women Against Gun Violence
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
youth alive
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.

7 organizations opposed this bill

California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Department of Finance
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
California Sportsman's Lobby
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Gun Owners of California
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Outdoor Sportsmen's Coalition of California
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
Safari Club International
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.
taxpayers for improving public safety
(2014, August 22). Senate Floor Analysis. Retrieved August 28, 2014, from Leginfo: Bill Analysis.

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Contributions by Legislator

Namesort iconPartyDistrict$ From Interest Groups
That Supported
$ From Interest Groups
That Opposed
Vote
Katcho AchadjianRCA-35$36,100$0
Luis AlejoDCA-30$28,300$0
Travis AllenRCA-72$0$0
Tom AmmianoDCA-17$12,124$0
Toni G. AtkinsDCA-78$34,300$0
Frank BigelowRCA-5$8,500$0
Richard BloomDCA-50$3,250$0
Raul BocanegraDCA-39$49,100$0
Susan BonillaDCA-14$29,640$0
Rob BontaDCA-18$89,316$0
Steven BradfordDCA-62$20,000$0
Cheryl BrownDCA-47$17,878$0
Joan BuchananDCA-16$30,700$0
Ian C. CalderonDCA-57$34,100$0
Nora CamposDCA-27$33,751$0
Ed ChauDCA-49$30,200$0
Rocky J. ChavezRCA-76$16,698$0
Wesley ChesbroDCA-2$18,950$0
Connie ConwayRCA-26$39,300$0
Ken CooleyDCA-8$39,550$0
Matthew DababnehDCA-45$0$0
Brian DahleRCA-1$7,800$0
Tom DalyDCA-69$46,600$0
Roger DickinsonDCA-7$22,150$0
Tim DonnellyRCA-33$1,000$1,000
Susan Talamantes EggmanDCA-13$7,900$0
Paul FongDCA-28$28,384$0
Steve FoxDCA-36$0$0
Jim FrazierDCA-11$27,600$0
Beth GainesRCA-6$16,250$2,000
Cristina GarciaDCA-58$22,700$0
Mike GattoDCA-43$43,300$0
Jimmy GomezDCA-51$39,093$0
Lorena S. GonzalezDCA-80$0$0
Rich GordonDCA-24$33,150$0
Jeff GorellRCA-44$33,200$1,000
Adam C. GrayDCA-21$64,200$0
Shannon GroveRCA-34$3,000$0
Curt HagmanRCA-55$35,500$0
Isadore HallDCA-64$38,500$0
Diane HarkeyRCA-73$15,400$0
Roger HernandezDCA-48$22,650$0
Chris R. HoldenDCA-41$33,572$0
Brian JonesRCA-71$4,000$0
Reginald B. Jones-Sawyer, Sr.DCA-59$29,100$0
Marc LevineDCA-10$2,000$0
Eric LinderRCA-60$1,000$0
Dan LogueRCA-3$14,000$0
Bonnie LowenthalDCA-70$19,400$0
Brian MaienscheinRCA-77$2,000$0
Allan MansoorRCA-74$4,000$1,000
Jose MedinaDCA-61$15,200$0
Melissa A. MelendezRCA-67$19,000$0
Kevin MullinDCA-22$21,900$0
Al MuratsuchiDCA-66$65,236$0
Adrin NazarianDCA-46$34,300$0
Brian NestandeRCA-42$27,500$0
Kristin OlsenRCA-12$19,650$0
Richard PanDCA-9$71,521$0
Jim PattersonRCA-23$7,800$0
Henry PereaDCA-31$37,100$0
John PerezDCA-53$107,650$0
Manuel PerezDCA-56$34,200$0
Bill QuirkDCA-20$34,176$0
Sharon Quirk-SilvaDCA-65$38,560$0
Anthony RendonDCA-63$34,722$0
Sebastian Ridley-ThomasDCA-54$0$0
Freddie RodriguezDCA-52$0$0
Rudy SalasDCA-32$65,568$0
Nancy SkinnerDCA-15$29,205$0
Mark StoneDCA-29$22,800$0
Philip Y. TingDCA-19$42,192$0
Don WagnerRCA-68$5,000$0
Marie WaldronRCA-75$4,500$0
Shirley N. WeberDCA-79$17,550$0
Bob WieckowskiDCA-25$40,200$0
Scott WilkRCA-38$7,500$0
Das WilliamsDCA-37$63,750$0
Mariko YamadaDCA-4$22,753$0

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Legislator Filters
NamePartyDistrict$ From Interest Groups
That Supported
$ From Interest Groups
That Opposed
Vote
Katcho AchadjianRCA-35$36,100$0
Luis AlejoDCA-30$28,300$0
Travis AllenRCA-72$0$0
Tom AmmianoDCA-17$12,124$0
Toni G. AtkinsDCA-78$34,300$0
Frank BigelowRCA-5$8,500$0
Richard BloomDCA-50$3,250$0
Raul BocanegraDCA-39$49,100$0
Susan BonillaDCA-14$29,640$0
Rob BontaDCA-18$89,316$0
Steven BradfordDCA-62$20,000$0
Cheryl BrownDCA-47$17,878$0
Joan BuchananDCA-16$30,700$0
Ian C. CalderonDCA-57$34,100$0
Nora CamposDCA-27$33,751$0
Ed ChauDCA-49$30,200$0
Rocky J. ChavezRCA-76$16,698$0
Wesley ChesbroDCA-2$18,950$0
Connie ConwayRCA-26$39,300$0
Ken CooleyDCA-8$39,550$0
Matthew DababnehDCA-45$0$0
Brian DahleRCA-1$7,800$0
Tom DalyDCA-69$46,600$0
Roger DickinsonDCA-7$22,150$0
Tim DonnellyRCA-33$1,000$1,000
Susan Talamantes EggmanDCA-13$7,900$0
Paul FongDCA-28$28,384$0
Steve FoxDCA-36$0$0
Jim FrazierDCA-11$27,600$0
Beth GainesRCA-6$16,250$2,000
Cristina GarciaDCA-58$22,700$0
Mike GattoDCA-43$43,300$0
Jimmy GomezDCA-51$39,093$0
Lorena S. GonzalezDCA-80$0$0
Rich GordonDCA-24$33,150$0
Jeff GorellRCA-44$33,200$1,000
Adam C. GrayDCA-21$64,200$0
Shannon GroveRCA-34$3,000$0
Curt HagmanRCA-55$35,500$0
Isadore HallDCA-64$38,500$0
Diane HarkeyRCA-73$15,400$0
Roger HernandezDCA-48$22,650$0
Chris R. HoldenDCA-41$33,572$0
Brian JonesRCA-71$4,000$0
Reginald B. Jones-Sawyer, Sr.DCA-59$29,100$0
Marc LevineDCA-10$2,000$0
Eric LinderRCA-60$1,000$0
Dan LogueRCA-3$14,000$0
Bonnie LowenthalDCA-70$19,400$0
Brian MaienscheinRCA-77$2,000$0
Allan MansoorRCA-74$4,000$1,000
Jose MedinaDCA-61$15,200$0
Melissa A. MelendezRCA-67$19,000$0
Kevin MullinDCA-22$21,900$0
Al MuratsuchiDCA-66$65,236$0
Adrin NazarianDCA-46$34,300$0
Brian NestandeRCA-42$27,500$0
Kristin OlsenRCA-12$19,650$0
Richard PanDCA-9$71,521$0
Jim PattersonRCA-23$7,800$0
Henry PereaDCA-31$37,100$0
John PerezDCA-53$107,650$0
Manuel PerezDCA-56$34,200$0
Bill QuirkDCA-20$34,176$0
Sharon Quirk-SilvaDCA-65$38,560$0
Anthony RendonDCA-63$34,722$0
Sebastian Ridley-ThomasDCA-54$0$0
Freddie RodriguezDCA-52$0$0
Rudy SalasDCA-32$65,568$0
Nancy SkinnerDCA-15$29,205$0
Mark StoneDCA-29$22,800$0
Philip Y. TingDCA-19$42,192$0
Don WagnerRCA-68$5,000$0
Marie WaldronRCA-75$4,500$0
Shirley N. WeberDCA-79$17,550$0
Bob WieckowskiDCA-25$40,200$0
Scott WilkRCA-38$7,500$0
Das WilliamsDCA-37$63,750$0
Mariko YamadaDCA-4$22,753$0

Interest Groups that supported this bill

$ Donated
Police & fire fighters unions and associations$1,662,064
Other physician specialists$228,698
Psychiatrists & psychologists$130,800
Health & welfare policy$112,791
Municipal & county government organizations$32,600
Democratic-based groups (but not official party committees) and generic liberal/progressive ones$19,027
Pro-gun control$5,550
Public official (elected or appointed)$3,500
Health, education & human resources$0
Consumer groups$0
Mental health services$0

Interest Groups that opposed this bill

$ Donated
Health & welfare policy$112,791
Anti-gun control$5,000
Public official (elected or appointed)$3,500
Hunting & wildlife$0
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