On Tuesday, September 11 the California Assembly shut down for the first half of the legislative session and Assembly Bill 334 was not voted on. It has now been moved to the inactive file and becomes a two-year bill that can be revived when the 2008 portion of the session begins.
AB334 would make it a crime, for any person whose handgun is stolen or irretrievably lost, not to report the theft or loss to a local law enforcement agency within 5 working days after his or her discovery of the theft or loss; or within 5 working days after the date he or she should have reasonably known of the theft or loss. AB334 would also let local governments enact reporting requirements that are more strict than those specified in the bill.
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