How California businesses can help protect themselves from state gun restrictions

California is one of just three states in the country to not require gun owners to report all their gun ownership in a public database.

But some business owners and business owners in other states are starting to take steps to protect their businesses from having to report their guns to the state, as the California Business Association (CBA) is trying to encourage more business owners to do so.

The CBA’s state branch is calling on state lawmakers to create a registry that could provide businesses with an easy way to identify guns and criminals, as well as to track guns used in crimes.

California already has a gun registry, but only on paper.

It has a database that can only be accessed through a state-issued photo identification card.

The gun owner can only report to the California Department of Justice (DOJ), which uses the database to keep tabs on the state’s criminal and terrorist investigations.

Business owners and businesses in other state could also register guns in the state and access the data.

However, gun owners in California would still be required to register every time they bought a gun and store it in a safe.

In the wake of mass shootings in California, Gov.

Gavin Newsom signed a bill that makes it a crime to own a gun in California.

The bill, SB 1292, is being considered by the state Senate.

It would require gun retailers to obtain an additional ID from their customers and give customers a 30-day notice to remove their gun if they don’t want to comply.

The measure also requires a background check for all gun sales and purchases.

The state could expand the existing registration requirement to include people who buy a gun online.

The California Business and Industry Association is a nonprofit trade group representing more than 300,000 business owners.

The association is also working with the California Chamber of Commerce and others to promote the new law.

A similar law was proposed in California last year, but it was vetoed by the governor.

The bills SB 1222 and SB 1223 have not yet been brought up for consideration by the Legislature.

Businesses that are in the process of complying with the new requirements can apply for a waiver.

California Business Board president Michael P. Mascagni told the Los Angeles Times the bill was intended to encourage businesses to do more.

“There’s nothing wrong with businesses being able to register guns, but there’s a difference between having a license and having a gun,” he said.

“A lot of these businesses that are trying to comply with this new law, they’re doing it with an open mind, and that’s why we’re so excited about this bill.”

California Business Boards is urging state legislators to support the legislation and encourage businesses in the Bay Area to start implementing the new laws.

The new law could be the first in the nation to require gun registration.