San Jose Mayor Proposes Requiring Gun Owners To Buy Liability Insurance | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

San Jose Mayor Proposes Requiring Gun Owners To Buy Liability Insurance

In what could become a trend for cities impact by mass shootings, Sam Liccardo, the mayor of San Jose - where 19-year-old Santino William Legan killed 3 (including 2 children) and wounded 16 others at the Gilroy Garlic Festival last month - has proposed a new city ordinance that would require firearm owners to either carry liability insurance or pay a fee to help cover the public costs of gun violence, Axios reports

San Jose, the tenth-largest city in the country, is the first to propose a "harm reduction" reduction policy aimed at stopping gun violence (though whether these measures will definitively end gun violence very much remains to be seen).

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