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Friday, September 28 2018

Sacramento, California – Today, Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 1100 authored by Senator Anthony J. Portantino, D–La Cañada Flintridge. SB 1100 will prohibit the sale or transfer of any firearm by a licensed dealer, except as specially exempted, to any person below the age of 21 years.

Friday, September 28 2018

Sacramento, California – Today, Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 1126,  the Arroyo Seco Tributary legislation authored by Senator Anthony J. Portantino, D–La Cañada Flintridge.

Friday, September 28 2018

Californians under the age of 21 will no longer be able to legally buy firearms starting next year.

Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed Senate Bill 1100, which raises the age limit for the purchase of long guns, such as rifles and shotguns, from 18 to 21. The state already restricts handgun sales to adults 21 and older.

Friday, September 28 2018

Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Friday raising the age to buy rifles and shotguns in California to 21 as he acted on a host of proposed gun laws inspired by the Parkland, Florida, high school shooting massacre.

California currently bans handgun sales to people younger than 21, but other firearms including rifles and shotguns can be bought at age 18.

Under Senate Bill 1100 by Senator Anthony J. Portantino, D-La Cañada Flintridge, all firearm buyers must be at least age 21.

Friday, September 28 2018

Friday, Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill which raises to 21 the legal minimum age required to buy any firearm from a licensed gun dealer in California. The bill was authored by State Senator Anthony J. Portantino, who represents the Pasadena area.