Tag: SB140

On April 22nd, 2013

SB140 Sails Through The Senate Next Stop - The Governor's Desk

Senate Bill 140, which calls for more California Department of Justice (DOJ) special agents to wipe out the backlog of people on the armed prohibited persons list was passed by the State Senate, today, in a 37-0 vote. "There's no question we need additional special agents in the DOJ Bureau of Firearms to continue the dangerous […]

On March 26th, 2013

Enforcing Gun Laws, It’s What DOJ Special Agents Do

For years, and now most recently  following numerous mass killings in the United States, special agents with the California Department of Justice (DOJ) Firearms Bureau have been showing the nation how taking guns from the hands of convicted felons and the mentally ill can save lives. "DOJ special agents have a program that works, the […]

On February 1st, 2013

Disarming Felons & The Mentally Ill - More Help For Special Agents CSLEA supports SB140

When  Stephen Lindley, chief of the Bureau of Firearms for the state Department of Justice (DOJ) testified  at a legislative hearing  at the Capitol  this week, lawmakers not only listened, they took action. Senator Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) and Senate President Pro Tem Darell Steinberg (D-Sacramento) introduced Senate Bill 140 which will help special agents […]

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