HB 455: Assault Weapons and Large-Capacity Magazines
GENERAL BILL by Smith, C. ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Cortes ; Eskamani ; Fernandez ; Geller ; Goff-Marcil ; Joseph ; Polo
Assault Weapons and Large-Capacity Magazines; Prohibits sale, transfers, or possession of assault weapon or large-capacity ammunition magazine; provides exceptions; requires certificates of possession for assault weapons or large-capacity ammunition magazines lawfully possessed before specified date; provides conditions for continued possession of such weapons or large-capacity ammunition magazines; requires certificates of transfer for transfers of assault weapons or large-capacity magazines; provides for relinquishment of assault weapons or large-capacity magazines; provides requirements for transportation of assault weapons; provides enhanced criminal penalties for certain offenses when committed with assault weapon or large-capacity magazine.
Last Action: 3/5/2019 House - Introduced -HJ 57
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Criminal Justice Subcommittee; Justice Appropriations Subcommittee; Judiciary Committee -HJ 58
• Introduced -HJ 57
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