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California: Help NRA and CRPA Oppose CA DOJ’s Improper Emergency FSC Regulations Today!

by WOA Admin February 26, 2015

The California Department of Justice (DOJ) recently proposed flawed “emergency” regulations in an attempt to implement California’s new Firearm Safety Certificate (FSC) Program laws, which took effect in January 2015.  The regulations are a misguided response to an NRA-supported lawsuit, Belemjian v. Harris. That suit was recently filed on behalf of the California Rifle and Pistol Association, FFLGuard, and several individual gun owners and firearm instructors to stop enforcement of four “underground regulations” the DOJ illegally adopted when it initially tried to implement the FSC Program, and to urge the DOJ to properly adopt regulations establishing long-gun safe- handling demonstration as it was statutorily required to do, but failed to do, by January 1, 2015.


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