Bill AB1014 passed on Saturday. This bill was in response to the Isla Vista shooting, and creates a TRO system (akin for that in place for stalking and domestic violence), that allows someone (family, law enforcement, or other) to seek a TRO from a judge, based on a clear and convincing evidence standard, that can temporarily deprive someone of guns. Right now, in California, if a family member believes that someone – who has access to a gun – poses a threat to themselves or others, there is no mechanism for the guns to be temporarily removed. AB1014 passed on Saturday. Unless vetoed, it will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2016.
Here is a summary of bills passed: http://www.news10.net/story/news/local/california/2014/08/30/legislature-ends-with-water-ethics-guns-bills/14876807/
Here is a link to the current form of the bill (text below): http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201320140AB1014
Assembly Person Das Williams was interviewed about this bill, as he was attempting to have it passed, on Wallach on Law, and is the second guest on this episode: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wallachlaw/2014/08/28/wallach-on-law-with-das-williams-sheriff-mack