California One Gun a Month Law Struck Down by Court

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One Gun a Month Law Struck Down by Court

In another loss to Governor Newsom and Attorney General Rob Bonta, a federal judge has struck down a California law barring the purchase of more than one gun in a 30-day period. U. S. District Judge William Hayes who said it failed a test for state laws laid out in the 2022 U.S. Supreme Court ruling expanding gun rights, siding with a group of California residents, gun retailers and gun rights nonprofits in finding that the one-gun-a-month law did not fit within the nation’s historical tradition of firearms regulation.

The law still remains in place for 30 days to give the Bonta time to appeal as usual. The full ruling is available here.

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