The ruling also extends to CCW license holders in the Golden State. Both of them. It’s a start, anyway. Exactly how someone who’s passed the specified background check is to demonstrate to the AFS system that he or she owns “an additional firearm” isn’t really clear.
The ruling notes that as in Illinois’ Moore v. Madigan ruling creating a right to carry in Illinois, the state asks the court for a 180-day delay in implementation. We’re not attorneys, but the phrase “The Court finds Moore’s approach to be appropriate” seems to indicate the state gets its stay to figure out how to implement the change. And challenge the ruling. In the mean time, congrats Calguns and SAF.
It’s a start. But Kamala (I Was Willie Brown’s Girlfriend) Brown will find a way to insert herself into the case, and appeal it as high as she can go.
In the meantime, California is still dragging its feet on even responding to another major civil rights victory, Peruta vs. San Diego, and you can bet your bottom dollar that the leftist sheriffs who control the issuance of CCWs in coastal communities and counties, along with Harris herself, will try to stretch this out as long as they possibly can.
In the meantime, the state legislator is trying to effectively ban ammunition.