CRPA California Guns – Obama for 3rd Term?
The California Rifle & Pistol Association (CRPA), founded in 1875, is a nonprofit membership and donor supported organization with tens of thousands of members throughout California. CRPA’s membership is comprised of a diverse cross-section of the general public including competitive and recreational shooters, hunters, youth, women, police, firearm experts and trainers, and loving parents who choose to own a gun to defend their families.
CRPA works tirelessly to defend the civil and constitutional rights of individuals to choose to responsibly own and use firearms. Through its Sacramento and local legal and political advocates, CRPA works in the state capital and in city halls throughout California to promote laws that protect these rights, and to oppose laws that infringe on these rights. Through its legal team, CRPA fights in the courts to challenge unconstitutional or illegal gun bans and ill-conceived gun control laws, and provides guidance to California gun owners regarding their legal rights and responsibilities. CRPA works to preserve the traditional role of the citizen to hunt and to conserve and preserve California’s natural resources. CRPA promotes the recreational shooting sports, and provides safety, education, and skills training. CRPA organizes and sanctions competitive shooting matches for both adult and junior shooters, including Olympic training programs and state championships. CRPA is proud to say that many CRPA competitors are among the best in the world.
Gov. Jerry Brown signs bulk of sweeping gun-control package into law, vetoes five bills
Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed six gun-control bills into law, including a requirement that ammunition purchasers undergo background checks. The governor vetoed five other measures, including an expansion of the use of restraining orders to take guns from people deemed to be dangerous.
“My goal in signing these bills is to enhance public safety by tightening our existing laws in a responsible and focused manner, while protecting the rights of law-abiding gun owners,” Brown wrote in a message.
Brown approved bills that would ban the sale of semiautomatic rifles equipped with bullet buttons allowing the ammunition magazines to be easily detached and replaced.
Obama for 3rd term?
Four More Years?
President Obama is on his way out, but if the 22nd Amendment were repealed he could serve another term.
After delivering an engaging address on Brexit and trade, terrorism and the unique relationship between the U.S., Canada and the world, the Canadian Parliament gave President Barack Obama a tribute for the ages: A minutes-long standing ovation, punctuated by chants of “Four more years!”