Court Deals Another Blow to California Gun Control Law

Student displays his Glock 9mm semi-automatic handgun on the University of Utah campus

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has dealt another blow to California’s may-issue concealed carry law. The three judge panel has ruled that California’s attorney general as well as gun control groups may not appeal their original ruling saying the state could not reject applicants for arbitrary reasons.

California Passes Proposition Weakening Laws Against Stealing Guns, Possession of Date Rape Drugs


Stealing a gun or possessing drugs commonly used in date rapes is no longer an arrestable offense in California after the passage of proposition 47. “In most instances, many crimes that were previously “arrestable” as a felony will now only be “citable” as a misdemeanor,” a press release posted on the official Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department Facebook said.