Sunnyvale voters on Nov. 5 will decide on Measure C, a wide ranging gun control ordinance that cracks down on gun possession and ammunition sales. If it passes, Sunnyvale gun owners would be required to report firearm theft to the police within 48 hours, lock up their guns at home and get rid of magazines that hold more than 10 rounds. In addition, gun dealers would have to keep logs of ammunition sales.
The NRA has threatened to sue if the measure passes, claiming it violates the Second Amendment and overlaps with existing state laws.
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