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Topic - Philip Y. Ting
Democratic lawmakers in California introduced a bill Tuesday that would require gun owners to purchase liability insurance to cover costs in case their weapons ever caused death or injury.
"The government requires insurance as a condition of operating a car — at the very least we should impose a similar requirement for owning a firearm," San Francisco Assemblymember Philip Y. Ting said in a press release from the California State Assembly. "The cost to society of destruction by guns is currently being born collectively by all of us, and not by those who, either through carelessness or malice, cause the destruction. It is time to change that equation so that those who cause the harm pay the costs."