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SAF sues over California "allowed guns" list, alleging common use


Second Amendment FoundationThe Second Amendment Foundation and Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms today filed a federal lawsuit against the State of California in a challenge of its recently-expanded ban via its so-called “Roster” laws.

Joining SAF and CCRKBA are the Firearms Policy Coalition and San Diego County Gun Owners along with two private businesses and nearly a dozen individuals. Named as defendants are California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and Luis Lopez, director of the state Department of Justice, Bureau of Firearms, in their official capacities. The lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California. Plaintiffs are represented by attorneys Raymond M. DiGuiseppe of Southport, NC and Michael P. Sousa of San Diego. The case is known as Renna, et.al. v. Calif. Attorney General Xavier Becerra, et.al.

Why does common use matter? That's one of the important clauses in the Heller case. Guns "in common use" are protected by the 2nd Amendment and cannot be banned.

This entry was published Mon Nov 16 17:04:24 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-11-11 11:58:17.0. [Tweet]

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