California Attorney General Xavier Becerra says his agency needs more help removing guns from those who are prohibited from having them. As Capital Public Radio's Chris Nichols reports, local police unions say they're ready to step up.
The AG’s office is charged with confiscating guns from thousands of Californians. From people who are mentally ill, have a domestic violence restraining order, or were convicted of a felony.
But Becerra said this month his office doesn’t have enough special agents to do the job.