Calabasas City Council orders all home firearms be secured

Calabasas became the first city in Los Angeles County to approve a gun safety ordinance that requires all firearms at home to be locked up.

The City Council unanimously approved the ordinance at its Aug. 14 meeting. The new law will be formally adopted at a council session later this month.

The ordinance requires any firearm stored in a residence to be locked in a container or be disabled with a trigger lock approved by the California Department of Justice. The law covers all pistols, ...

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