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In the five months after the pandemic took hold, about 110,000 Californians bought a new gun, a new study finds. [Read More]
Child welfare workers in San Diego will get new training on gun violence and safety as the state sees a spike in firearm sales. Up... [Read More]
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Nearly half of the more than 100,000 Californians who have bought a gun since mid-March are first-time gun owners, according to a study released earlier... [Read More]
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In the first five months of the COVID-19, thousands of Californians bought new guns and changed the way they stored their firearms in... [Read More]
More than 800,000 Californians have tested positive for the virus since the start of the pandemic. [Read More]
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A new study reveals that some 110,000 Californians have bought new guns during the first five months of the CCP virus pandemic. [Read More]
The figures suggest the pandemic has helped spur the creation of as many as 47,300 new gun-owning households in the state. [Read More]
About 110,000 Californians bought guns during the pandemic, 43% for the first time -- and the most common reason was fear of "lawlessness." [Read More]
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About 110,000 Californians have purchased a firearm since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, including about 47,000 first-time gun owners, a survey finds. [Read More]
Voting yes on Prop 17 means giving people back their right to vote after they've served their prison sentence. This affects about 50,000 Californians. Voting... [Read More]
PG&E Corp. is preparing to cut the lights to 162,000 Californians in 24 counties in its latest effort to keep strong winds from... [Read More]
PG&E Corp. is preparing to cut the lights to 162,000 Californians in 24 counties in its latest effort to keep strong winds from knocking down... [Read More]
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