Sacramento, CA -(AmmoLand.com)- Just as they have in year’s past, the Legislative Conference Committee on Budget is about to vote on raiding another fund that is fully funded by gun buyers.
This time, they plan on raiding the Firearms Safety Fund, which you pay in to every time you purchase a gun!
The Governor’s budget proposes to take $4.7 million of your money and give it to a failed government program that has proven to be totally ineffective.
The Armed Prohibited Persons Program (APPs) recently raided the Dealer Record of Sale (DROs) fees (yes, you pay those too), with the intent to take away guns from people who, according to the Legislature, shouldn’t have them.
FPC stood in firm opposition to that policy as DROs fees were only intended to run the DROs program, making it “easier” for you to purchase a firearm. We also opposed it as we knew the APPs program would continue to be a total failure.
The problem: street-hardened criminals are shockingly not on the list.
But now, the Budget Committee will be voting on diverting even more gun buyer fees to pump more money into the failed APPs program. They also may vote on giving the raving, anti-gun AG Kamala Harris the authority to raise the fees to pay even more into the failed APPs program!
This is OUR surplus, not the Legislature’s and Kamala’s piggy bank.
FIGHT THE RAID OF THE USER PAID FIREARMS SAFETY FUND:
1. Sign the petition to oppose this RAID.
2. Call these Senators right now and tell them to oppose raiding the Firearms Safety Account in the Budget. General law enforcement is a General Fund issue.
- Sen. Leno – 916-651-4011
- Sen. Lara- 916-651-4011
- Sen. Hancock – 916-651-4009
- Sen. Bates – 916-651-4036
- Sen. Nielsen – 916-651-4004
- Asm. Ting – 916-319-2019
- Asm. Olbernolte – 916-319-2033
- Asm. Gonzalez – 916-319-2080
- Asm. Olsen – 916-319-2012
- Asm. Bloom – 916-319-2050
About Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC):
Firearms Policy Coalition is a grassroots 501(c)4 nonprofit public benefit organization. FPC’s mission is to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, especially the fundamental, individual Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.
More information about FPC can be found at www.firearmspolicy.org.