Attorneys for 5 California gun owners and 4 civil rights advocacy organizations have filed for an injunction against regulations on “assault weapons.”
Today, attorney Joshua Prince of Civil Rights Defense Firm, P.C., filed an important amici curiae (“friends of the court”) brief in a PA Supreme Court case.
Following today’s vote to pass concealed carry reciprocity legislation and make other changes, FPC has issued the following statement.
FPC’s Craig DeLuz said that the organization supports strong carry reciprocity and expanded access to the fundamental, individual right to bear arms.
Attorneys for four individual gun owners as well as advocacy organizations filed a new lawsuit and petition for writ of mandate that challenges regulations.
FPC sent a second letter regarding H.R.38 (the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017) to bill sponsor Rep. Richard Hudson (R-NC) and House co-sponsors.
FPC has issued the following statement regarding the latest California Department of Justice proposed regulations on so-called “assault weapons.”
Firearms Policy Coalition has issued the following statement concerning demands for new gun control following the shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
Ordinance effectively repeals the City of Philadelphia’s ban on law-abiding adults from owning, using, possessing, selling, or transferring electronic arms, like “stun guns” and Tasers.
Not only is Attorney General Becerra’s so-called ‘news release’ inaccurate and misleading,” said FPC President Brandon Combs, “it is almost certainly an illegal underground regulation.”
The measure will require licensed gun dealers to place more new signage in their stores that duplicates many of the signs already required to be posted.
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) has issued the following statement concerning calls for new bans and regulations on firearms and firearm accessories:
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) has issued the following statement concerning the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada:
Assembly Bill 1525 does not provide any benefit or value to any of them or the public, and it’s on it’s way to the desk of Governor Jerry Brown.
Assembly Bill 7, a measure which criminalizes the carrying of a long gun in the unincorporated area of a county is now on the desk of Governor Jerry Brown.
FPX is once more calling for an immediate repeal of dangerously unconstitutional laws passed by the California Legislature in Assembly Bill 103 (AB 103).
Assembly Bill 424, which attempts to subvert authority of education officials, passed the California State Assembly and on it’s way to the governor’s desk.
Senate Bill 464 would drastically increase the cost of business for California firearms retailers and now on the desk of Governor Jerry Brown.
AJR 24 voices the Legislature’s opposition to current efforts in congress to pass “concealed carry reciprocity” legislation (S. 446 and H.R. 38).
FPC is calling on the California Legislature to provide a fix to AB 103, a recently signed bill that would make gun owners guilty of a crime.
The California State Senate Appropriations Committee will hear AB 736, which the FPC believes will drive gun stores out of business.
The California Legislature returns from their summer break, the FPC is warning Californians that their rights will once again be in jeopardy.
In response to the latest bizarre chapter in California’s storied “assault weapons” laws, FPC Lobbyist and Spokesperson Craig DeLuz has issued a statement.
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) has obtained a copy of the newest version of the California Department of Justice (DOJ) “assault weapons” regulations.
Today, the California DOJ posted new proposed regulations for ammunition vendor licensing that are required by Proposition 63.