CA County Goes After Guns

San Mateo County considers two anti-gun ordinances next Tuesday. Cam Edwards speaks with NRA-ILA State Liaison Ed Worley about the county's Board of Supervisors' consideration of more California gun control. First up is an ordinance that would require all lost or stolen firearms be reported to law enforcement within 48 hours of incident. The other ordinance is an extensive, hyper-regulation of firearm, firearm component and ammunition vendors. The measure would create new classes of "dealers" mandating a license to operate.