California Gov. Jerry Brown has banned the public display of handguns.
Brown said that he signed the bill at the request of law enforcement officials and it will go into effect on Jan. 1.
Prior to the signing of the law, California allowed weapons to be displayed in public, as long as they were not loaded. This law created confusion amongst cops as they would receive calls about people with guns who were not actually using them.
With Brown signing the bill, he took a position in the fun debate. Currently, forty-two states allow people to openly carry guns.