California -(AmmoLand.com)- In a recent letter to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, our attorneys argued that a new gun control law passed this year undermines the State’s defense of the “waiting period laws” that were struck down as unconstitutional by a federal District Court judge.
The Legislature, in passing Kevin de León’s Senate Bill 1235, now requires (in part) that the Department of Justice implement an ‘instant’ point-of-sale background check process they trust will ensure that “violent felons and the dangerously mentally ill” aren’t able to purchase ammunition.
If legislators trust the ‘instant’ background check process for ammunition sales, why is the Department of Justice still arguing they need 10 days to approve the sale of a firearm to a person who already has one and isn’t a prohibited person?
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