California lawmakers revive gun control ideas after San Bernardino attack - Los Angeles Times

The mass shooting in San Bernardino has state lawmakers looking again at new gun control legislation for California, while leading advocates for restrictions called Friday for the state to close a loophole that allows detachable ammunition magazines like one used by the killers.

Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de Len(D-Los Angeles) said he will revisit some proposals that previously stalled, andan assemblyman proposed banning the sale of guns to those on a federal "no-fly" list.

Now more than ever, we have to be working aggressively with law enforcement and crime prevention experts to better protect our communities, De Lensaid in a statement Friday. Ill be coordinating with the