California – -(AmmoLand.com)- Fighting for Your Right to Carry in CA
CRPA is working hard for your right to bear arms in California. Unconstitutional laws in California and Hawaii are still being enforced despite the decision made as a result of Young v. Hawaii that would make it legal for Americans under the 9th Circuit to open carry. You might be wondering why CRPA hasn’t filed a lawsuit with the result of this decision. Allow us to refresh your memory, with Flanagan v. Becerra, a lawsuit filed by CRPA over a year ago that deals with the same issues.
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CRPA Files Important Amicus Brief in Lawsuit
California generally requires a science-based approach before listing any species as endangered and protected. But the California Fish and Game Commission chose to ignore this requirement when, under pressure by certain animal rights groups, it arbitrarily classified the gray wolf as an endangered species in 2014. In fact, the Commission ignored the research and recommendation of its own department, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, that such a listing would not be warranted.
California Rifle & Pistol Association
Founded in 1875, the California Rifle & Pistol Association provides training in the safe, responsible, and enjoyable use of firearms; sanctions competitive shooting state championships; and fights for the Constitutional right to keep and bear arms for those who choose to own a gun in California for sport, hunting, or self-defense. For more information, visit crpa.org.