Watch and Listen in live to GunMeggedon

On April 19th, 1775, the first shots of freedom in the Revolutionary War were fired at Lexington and Concord. On April 19th, 2016, the California Legislature is bringing GunMeggedon to the people of California.

At 9AM this morning, the Assembly and Senate Public Safety Committees will be meeting to hear TEN crucial bills and you can watch the Senate committee and listen to the Assembly Committee (unfortunately it is not being broadcast on TV) as FPC fights for your Right to Keep and Bear Arms.

Then at 1:30PM, we do it all over again. You can listen in to the Assembly Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee as it hears AB 2459.

The bills are:

-AB 2459 bans all home FFL dealers and requires constant video surveillance of those buying firearms or ammunition.

-AB 2510 eliminates uniformity for CCW permits, putting permit holders and law enforcement at greater risk.

-AB 2607 expands “gun violence restraining orders” so that your boss, coworker, or college professor can legally strip away your gun rights.

-SB 880 immediately bans and forces the registration of millions of semi-automatic weapons in common use.

-SB 894 mandates lost and stolen reporting within five days and penalizes individuals for reports that are turned in even a day late.

-SB 1006 allows the University of California to conduct biased gun violence research.

-SB 1037 extends the statute of limitations on certain non-violent firearms related crimes, mostly having to do with paperwork.

-SB 1235 is a measure that we believe will eventually include mandatory ammo tracking and purchase permits.

-SB 1407 is De Leon’s version of the “Ghost Gun” ban.

-SB 1446 bans all “standard” capacity magazines that hold more than 10 rounds.

This hearing is going to be one of the most important hearings of the year.

Please check out our policy team in action and keep up the fight. Let’s make this April 19th the day we start to take our gun rights back!