Oakland city leaders are considering tougher restrictions following the killing of Kate Steinle in July.
She was gunned down on San Francisco's Pier 14.
Two Oakland city council members want to ban ammunition clips that hold more than ten rounds.
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They also want to force all gun owners to keep weapons locked up in their homes and not in cars.
That includes law enforcement officers.
If city council okays the rules on Tuesday, they be in effect by next spring.
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