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San Francisco supes considering gun control measures
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A San Francisco Board of Supervisors committee is set to consider two gun control measures Thursday that were proposed by Mayor Ed Lee and Supervisor Malia Cohen.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports one measure would require ammo dealers to contact the chief of police when anyone in San Francisco buys more than 500 rounds in a single transaction.
The other proposal would make it a crime to sell any ammunition designated only for law enforcement or military agencies.
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