Federal lawsuit by FPC argues that California’s handgun “Roster” ban and microstamping requirements are unconstitutional. This case also seeks to strike down the State’s self-manufacturing and CNC machine bans, as well as unconstitutional and chilling fee and liability shifting against gun rights advocates enacted by California as retribution for Texas’s SB 8 abortion laws.
SAN DIEGO, CA (September 1, 2022) – Today, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced the filing of an amended complaint in Renna v. Bonta, its lawsuit challenging California’s handgun “roster” ban laws, its ban on self-manufacturing handguns, and provisions in SB-1327 that are designed to suppress and chill legitimate challenges to firearms regulations. The Complaint, along with other fillings in this case, can be viewed at FPCLaw.org.
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