Category Archives: Judicial and Courts

Gun Owners Are To Blame for Draconian Anti-Gun Laws Signed by Governor Brown

Yes, you read that correctly and I am totally miffed (to put it mildly) at 12 million or so gun owners in California. They are solely to blame for letting the radical left pass laws that just about render our … Continue reading

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Crisis for the Second Amendment with SCOTUS Nominee Merrick Garland

Your action is needed more than ever! Judge Merrick Garland voted to rehear the Parker v. District of Columbia case when the Washington D.C. government asked for a rehearing. This decision led to the Heller decision that reaffirmed the Second … Continue reading

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SAF Saves Nebraskan’s Firearms Collection from “Silly Misdemeanor” Charge

Years ago, Kevin Williams of Lincoln, Nebraska was charges with processing a knife that was 1/8 of an inch over the legal length limit. The local prosecutor somehow found out about this old conviction and used a local ordinance to … Continue reading

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AB 1134 Moves on to the Assembly – Bill Burdens CCW Applicants

We previously warned you when AB 1134 was being discussed in the Assembly Public Safety Committee. Now the bill has moved to the California Assembly for approval. Click here for the current status of AB 1134. Please contact your Assembly … Continue reading

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Oppose AB 1134 which allows sheriffs to burden CCW Applicants

Santa Cruz Assemblyman Stone, a well-known anti-gun legislator in Santa Cruz introduced AB 1134, which gives county sheriffs the power to put additional burdens on anyone who wants to apply or renew a CCW license. The California State Sheriffs’ Association, … Continue reading

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Support AB 150 to increase penalties for stealing a firearm

Prop 47, The Safe Neighborhoods and Schools Act passed by voters last November 4th, decreased the penalties for stealing a firearm $950 or less. At the moment, this is treated as a misdemeanor with a maximum of one year in … Continue reading

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Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) Slapped Down By the U.S. Court of Appeals

The CBD, PETA and other anti-hunting groups have been trying to force the EPA (Environmental Protective Agency) to ban all lead ammunition by filing a volley of lawsuits. They have been targeting not only hunting ammo but all bullets and … Continue reading

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Court Ruling Helps Ease California CCW Restrictions

Today, November 12, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that no additional parties may join the law suit against the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. When the Peruta v. County of San Diego case was won in favor … Continue reading

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10-Day California Waiting Law Deemed Unconstitutional

The Golden State 2nd Amendment Council’s own Don Kilmer has just won a very important court battle against the anti-gun California lawmakers. Federal Eastern District of California Senior Judge Anthony W. Ishii has ruled that California’s mandatory 10-day waiting period … Continue reading

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Courts Refuse to Stay Sunnyvale Ban on Magazines of More Than 10 Rounds

Sunnyvale voters, misled by falsehoods and inflamed left-wing rhetoric concerning standard ammunition magazines, approved Measure C which made the possession of magazines that hold more than 10 rounds.  In an attempt to delay implementation of the law until challenges are … Continue reading

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