CRPA FOUNDATION SEEKS INJUNCTION TO STOP AB 962

On June 17, 2010, the CRPA Foundation filed a lawsuit in Fresno Superior Court challenging the ammunition regulation statutes enacted by Assemblyman Kevin De Leon’s Assembly Bill (AB) 962 from the 2009 legislative session. The suit challenges AB 962’s requirement that “handgun ammunition” be stored out of the reach of customers, the ammunition sales registration and fingerprinting requirements, and the bill’s prohibition on mail order and internet sales.  The lawsuit primarily alleges that the mandates of AB 962 are incomprehensible, and that the law’s definition of “handgun ammunition” is unconstitutionally vague.   Click here to view the complaint filed in Parker v. California .

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CRPA FOUNDATION SEEKS INJUNCTION TO STOP AB 962

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