Skip to comments.California BILL NUMBER: AB 2333 - The it will put your eye out law.
Posted on 09/20/2012 12:10:24 PM PDT by justlittleoleme
BILL NUMBER: AB 2333 ENROLLED
PASSED THE SENATE AUGUST 20, 2012
PASSED THE ASSEMBLY AUGUST 22, 2012
AMENDED IN SENATE AUGUST 6, 2012
AMENDED IN SENATE JUNE 18, 2012
AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY APRIL 26, 2012
AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY APRIL 18, 2012
INTRODUCED BY Assembly Member Solorio
FEBRUARY 24, 2012
An act to add Section 19920 to the Penal Code, relating to BB
LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST
AB 2333, Solorio. BB devices.
Existing law provides that furnishing a BB device to a minor without the express or implied consent of the minor's parent or legal guardian is a misdemeanor. This bill would provide that any person who keeps a BB device within any premises that is under the person's custody or control, who knows or reasonably should know that a minor is likely to gain access to that BB device without the permission of the minor's parent or legal guardian, and a minor obtains access to that BB device and thereafter carries the BB device off-premises and openly displays or exposes the BB device in a public place in violation of provisions of existing law, may be subject to a written warning for the first instance, a civil fine of $100 for the 2nd instance, and a civil fine of $200 for the 3rd or subsequent instance. The bill would provide that a written warning or civil fine issued or imposed pursuant to these provisions may be imposed and administered only by a local governmental entity acting under the authority of a city, county, or city and county.
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:
SECTION 1. Section 19920 is added to the Penal Code, to read: 19920.
(a) Any person who keeps a BB device within any premises that are under the person's custody or control, who knows or reasonably should know that a minor is likely to gain access to that BB device without the permission of the minor's parent or legal guardian, and a minor obtains access to that BB device and thereafter carries the BB device off-premises and openly displays or exposes the BB device in a public place in violation of Section 20170, may be subject to the following by a local governmental entity:
(1) For the first instance, a local governmental entity may issue a written warning.
(2) For the second instance, a local governmental entity may impose a civil fine not to exceed one hundred dollars ($100).
(3) For a third or subsequent instance, a local governmental entity may impose a civil fine not to exceed two hundred dollars ($200).
(b) A written warning or civil fine issued or imposed pursuant to this section may only be imposed and administered by a local governmental entity acting under the authority of, and at the discretion of, a city, county, or city and county.
(c) If a local governmental entity chooses to impose a fine pursuant to this section, it shall provide notice to the person to be fined of the alleged violation, including a description of the conditions that gave rise to the allegation.
(d) As used in this section, "off-premises" means premises other than the premises where the BB device was stored.
That's why they want them banned.
Scissors are so much more dangerous. Two sharp blades, swishing dangerously toward each other. Anything between them will be chopped right off! Right now they pass out scissors in SCHOOLS. This must STOP NOW.
I hate my state more with each passing moment...bureaucratic nanny fools.
The state is tens of billions in debt, and about all they can muster the courage to do, is implement new gun laws and push for a bullet train nobody wants.
Steaks and steak knives are next.
I really wish we could start billing these politicians for all the time wasted on these stupid silly bills. They should have to pay for this waste of time out of their own pocket..
But first, let’s axe all their benefits, including retirement for elected and appointed officials. Far more important in the overall scheme of things.
They want to “break the cycle” of the firearms culture being passed from generation to generation.
It really IRKS leftists that we have the means to resist their “know better than you” policies if it comes down to it.
They have to pass the stupid stuff just to show their folks back how they are doing something...most of the time it’s crap like this!
Do you realize that because of you someplace, somewhere, somehow a baby seal just got clubbed?
I need to go to my safe place now. Thanks a lot.
The bill does not explain what they mean by a “BB device”. Could they mean BlackBerry (BB) smartphones...? (s/)
It could be worse.
You could have to fill out a form to purchase more than 16 oz. of soda.
First it'll be teenagers, then everyone else. Next it'll be pedestrians and anyone leaving the confines of their housing unit. You'll be fined for walking outside your domicile without your helmet: 4500 Pesollars the first time, then 10,000 Pesollars the second time including a point against your California Public Wellness Insurance Account (Cal-PWIA).
Further infractions will cause you to meet with a California Public Services 'Life Coach' on a weekly basis for a designated probationary period. Failure to do so will mean suspension of your public insurance account which will essentially prevent you from leaving your home, even if it's to move out of California.
That is just it, isn’t? It is “we know better than you do-ism”.
Can get an abortion without parental consent but not shoot a BB gun.
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