NRA/CRPAF SUBMIT OPPOSITION TO SAN FRANCISCO’S FLAWED FINDINGS IN SUPPORT OF UNCONSTITUTIONAL GUN CONTROL ORDINANCES

On August 2, 2011, San Francisco Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi (who represents District 5) introduced an ordinance that would amend two existing sections of the San Francisco Police Code by adding “findings” to those two San Francisco ordinances, one requiring a handgun to be kept in a locked container or disabled with a trigger lock, and the other prohibiting the sale of “enhanced-lethality” “non-sporting” ammunition. The proposed ordinance (File No. 110901 – Police Code – Safe Storage and Enhanced-Lethality Ammunition Findings) is scheduled to be heard by the Board of Supervisors (BOS) Public Safety Committee on Thursday, September 15, 2011 at 10:30 AM. The proposed new findings and other related documentation can be found HERE . After the Public Safety Committee votes on what recommendation to make to the full BOS, the BOS will likely hear the matter in the coming weeks.

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NRA/CRPAF SUBMIT OPPOSITION TO SAN FRANCISCO’S FLAWED FINDINGS IN SUPPORT OF UNCONSTITUTIONAL GUN CONTROL ORDINANCES

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