LOP Response: NRA and CRPA drafted responses in opposition to the ordinance based on constitutional issues and an inability of law enforcement to enforce these types of laws. This report provides an overview of just some of the efforts the National Rifle Association of America and the California Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc., are taking to protect the rights of California gun owners. Plaintiffs appealed to the 9th Circuit on August 27, 2019. This is the first Second Amendment case to be heard in nearly a decade, with the potential to have significant impact on the scope of the right to bear arms. Eventually the 45-day moratorium passed. In May 2018 the Board proposed an ordinance on the agenda. The roster works by mandating a microstamp requirement that is impossible for gun manufacturers to meet. The states argue that allowing the release of those codes violated their right to … Browse our HUGE selection of handguns available for purchase and/or reserve that have been 100% verified compliant in the state of California! Plaintiffs’ appeal brief is currently due December 5, 2019. It is a test that anyone can understand. Watch for more information as available. What's Next: On May 30, 2018, the court issued an order upholding the regulations as valid. Regulatory Counsel Response: NRA and CRPA attorneys initially alerted members to the issue, and have since worked with ATF, DMV, and CA DOJ on a solution. However, on July 22, 2019, the court granted the State’s motion for summary judgment, ending the case in the State’s favor. Current Status: Following opposition from NRA and CRPA attorneys, DOJ voluntarily withdrew their proposal. Description: In March 2018, the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors directed County Counsel to draft an ordinance prohibiting gun shows on county-owned property. This roster, which requires handgun manufacturers to pay a fee and submit specific models for safety testing, has become progressively more stringent over time and is currently the subject of a federal civil rights lawsuit on the basis that it is a de facto ban on new handgun models. Plaintiffs have filed an appeal in the Ninth Circuit, and the State has filed a petition to have the case heard initially by an 11-judge “en banc” panel along with the Young v. Hawaii lawsuit. These efforts include developing strategies and taking action when necessary before the Legislature, the Fish & Game Commission, local municipalities, and other various regulatory agencies. Description: In May 2018, the Arcata City Council considered new ordinance for gun safety which include mandatory lock storage and reporting of lost and stolen firearms. Recent Action: Ongoing monitoring of lawsuits and activities of potential interest to hunting related matters in California. filed. LOP Response: NRA and CRPA attorneys sent letters to the City in oppositions. Two firearms industry groups have joined to fight the current California law that mandates microstamping new guns in an effort to prevent what many deem a “backdoor” gun ban. Recent Action: Assist in developing pro-hunting legislation to preserve and promote the hunting sports in California, while also assisting in efforts to oppose anti-hunting measures. Regulatory Counsel Response: NRA and CRPA regularly work to provide Californians with up-to-date information on California laws, regulations, and policies regarding firearms to help gun owners avoid prosecution and retain their right to keep and bear arms. LOP Response: NRA and CRPA alerted members to the proposal. Case Status: In December 2016, the California Court of Appeal issued a ruling in favor of NSSF, allowing the lawsuit to proceed in the lower court. Working to broaden coalition of individuals opposed to HSUS policies in light of dangers to typical family households while informing industry members of predator management about opportunities to oppose. Closely related to Regulatory Counsel are NRA and CRPA’s efforts to monitor and respond to issues impacting hunters throughout California. Plaintiff’s open the lawsuit by pointing to the Supreme Court of the United States ruling in District of Columbia v. Heller (2008) and claiming that guns in common use for self-defense at any given time are protected by the Second Amendment: In Heller, the U.S. Supreme Court provided a simple Second Amendment test in crystal clear language. The exception is if the gun buyer is a law enforcement officer or … The Second Amendment Foundation and three Washington, D.C. residents filed a lawsuit March 9, 2009 challenging a regulation by District of Columbia city government that arbitrarily bans handguns based on a roster of "acceptable" handguns approved by the State of California. On July 23, 2019, the 9th affirmed the district court’s summary judgement ruling in favor of the City of San Jose. You can see the list here along with their legalese. Current Status: In March 2018, ATF officially revised its policy to allow California residents with non-REAL IDs to purchase firearms. However, the court entered a stay of the injunction, effective 5:00 p.m. on April 5, 2019. You can sign up to get Down Range at breitbart.com/downrange. Agency: Fish & Game Commission, Municipalities. LOP Response: Responses to these requests often yield valuable results, such as which members of a local government entity are working with anti-gun groups, sources of funding, and other important information. Status: Monitoring and alerts to members regarding agenda developments and upcoming meetings will be sent once available. LOP Response: CRPA and NRA Attorneys submitted a letter in advance of actual ordinance language being introduced to inform city of the problems with the proposal. DOJ must still issue a Final Statement of Reasons before submitting the proposed regulations to OAL for approval. 11250 Waples Mill Rd. Such efforts include proposed anti-gun ordinances, gun buyback programs, and other anti-gun regulatory enforcement issues. Recent Action: Disregarding the best science and specific findings, as well as state law, California placed the gray wolf on its endangered species list. Plaintiff has appealed, with CRPA filing an important amicus brief on March 6, 2018. A representative for NRA and CRPA also attended the public hearing to voice opposition. At the September 25, 2018 Board meeting, in a room of more than 100 gun show supporters, they considered the future of gun shows at the Ventura Fair facility. The remainder of the NSSF report reads as follows: "NEWTOWN, Conn. -- Oral arguments, originally scheduled to be heard Wednesday in Fresno Superior Court, have been … Drafted manuscript explaining HSUS lies for publication in predator management circles. Recent Action: Prepare alerts regarding new hunting rules and regulations and advise of NRA and CRPA efforts to promote and defend hunting rights in California. LOP efforts also serve as the foundation for NRA and CRPA litigation efforts against municipalities that enact anti-gun legislation. They presented “Model Regulations” from known anti-gun group Gifford Law Center, proposed a comprehensive set of regulatory changes, Bloomberg’s Everytown Encourages Biden to Pursue Unlawful Executive Gun Controls, Imposter Santa Denies Toy Gun Request, Gets the Sack, Gov. The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) filed a lawsuit this week alleging California’s use of an approved-gun “Roster” effectively bans “thousands of handgun models” available throughout the rest of the country. Additional regulations regarding the background check requirements have yet to be introduced. In September of 2019, plaintiffs received $433,860.20 from the State. 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Description: Had in municipal code an ordinance that duplicated state law regarding reporting of lost and stolen firearms. The Firearm Policy Coalition, San Diego County Gun Owners, and numerous businesses and individuals are plaintiffs with SAF. What's Next: As a result of the permanent injunction, California is now prohibited from enforcing its arbitrary and ineffective handgun ad ban. Each of these firearms have been pulled directly from the California Department of Justices' certified roster. A decision on the merits of the case is currently pending. Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the "lobbying" arm of the National Rifle Association of America. The California Cattlemen’s Association filed suit challenging this decision. The lawsuit’s plaintiffs — Ivan Pena, Dona Croston, Roy Vargas, and Brett Thomas — stress they are unable to buy the majority of popular new semi-auto handguns … Status: Ongoing efforts to challenge HSUS regarding non-lethal coyote policies in cities where pets and family members are being attacked. Pro-hunting legislation is currently being developed and shopped to legislators for the 2019 session. What's Next: On October 5, 2015, Washington D.C.’s Attorney General decided to not petition the case to the United States Supreme Court. Description: NRA and CRPA regularly seek and obtain public records from CA DOJ and local law enforcement relating to internal agency policies and interpretations of CA firearm laws. What's Next: As a result of the California Supreme Court opinion, the case is now closed. Description: For months the Del Mar gun show has been under siege from groups seeking to end the show. NRA and CRPA also submitted a letter of comment. The parties filed cross-motions for summary judgment. CAUTION: Federal and state firearms laws are subject to frequent change. However, following the appeal of the preliminary injunction, the district court issued a permanent injunction. The U.S. Supreme Court so far has left plenty of room for states to enact their own gun legislation, said Adam Winkler, a gun policy expert at the University of California… Description: In July 2017, CA DOJ submitted its anticipated regulations for the issuance of ammunition vendor licenses. It challenges California’s ban on the acquisition and possession of magazines over ten rounds. Receive important and timely information in defense of your second amendment rights. Adopted Ordinance No. Hunting Regulatory efforts are also dedicated to pushing back against rabidly anti-hunting forces such as the United States Humane Society, and to improve policies impacting hunters in California to effectively promote and defend the right to hunt in California. We look forward to prevailing in this case and winning Second Amendment rights one lawsuit at a time.”, Firearm Policy Coalition’s Adam Kraut added, “In Heller the U.S. Supreme Court provided a simple test: if an arm is bearable and in common use for lawful purposes, it is prima facie protected under the Second Amendment, period. Plaintiff’s seek a declaratory judgement stating that California’s Handgun Ban does prevent law-abiding Californians from purchasing firearms that are purchasable and in common use for self-defense throughout the country. Main Document Certificate of Word Count Proof of Service: Mar 18 2019 Plaintiffs appealed and filed their opening brief in California’s 5th District Court of Appeal in late March 2019. Recent Action: Submitted petitions to allow archery hunters to carry side arms for self-defense. Â. Description: Many Orange County residents to this day are still confused as to the specific requirements for obtaining a CCW in Orange County. At this point, the chance that happening is slim, although not impossible. Status: CRPA’s amicus brief was accepted after successfully defeating a challenging for its introductions by the State. On April 26, 2018, a federal district court struck down the restriction as unconstitutional as applied to the Plaintiff. LOP Response: There was no action by the City Council for several months until September 2018 when the Council finally passed a 45-day moratorium for zoning of new firearms businesses. However, instead of allowing the case to proceed, the 9th Cir. Click on the case name below to reveal more information about the case status and what's next. Plaintiffs argue that the Court’s finding contradicts established law regarding regulatory fees. Regulatory Counsel Response: To better inform the courts and members of the public regarding this process, and in an effort to avoid confusion and inadvertent violations, NRA and CRPA prepared and submitted a letter of comment to the Judicial Council of California. Main Document Certificate of Word Count Proof of Service: Mar 06 2019: Brief of respondent Martin Horan, Director, California Department of Justice Bureau of Firearms in opposition filed. Any handgun that does not meet the requirement is deemed “unsafe” and cannot be sold in California. Case Status: The case was filed on April 24, 2017, in response to SB 880 and AB 1135. They approved the remaining 2018 shows to move forward. The California Supreme Court threw out a lawsuit Thursday that sought to block an unusual law requiring new models of semi-automatic handguns to stamp identifying information on bullet casings when shots are fired to make it easier to solve crimes. Ongoing efforts include drafting regulatory comment letters, providing legal support to NRA and CRPA lobbyists, drafting NRA and CRPA member alerts, and providing advice to NRA and CRPA members. The case is now closed. Status: The Council’s website states that they are currently re-considering the ordinance. Description: The City Council discussed a proposed ordinance for mandatory reporting of lost or stolen firearms. Regulatory Counsel Response: NRA and CRPA have a variety of resources available to members, including the ability to refer individuals to attorneys specializing in firearm laws. Yes I said it. LOP Response: NRA and CRPA will be submitting letters. Current Status: The regulations are now final and are currently being enforced. Case Status: On December 1, the California Court of Appeals issued a ruling in favor of NSSF, allowing the lawsuit to proceed in the lower court. STATUS UPDATE: On August 19, 2019, the California Rifle and Pistol Association filed a brief with the court regarding the State’s opposition to a motion for a Preliminary Injunction to suspend California’s un-Constitutional ammunition laws and regulations.Judge Benitez has been collecting information from the State and ammunition vendors and purchasers in order to rule on the injunction. Governor Brown also vetoed SB 1487, an underhanded attempt to restrict African hunting by California residents. This may not be reproduced for commercial purposes. On January 1st, 2021, Senate Bill 263 and the identical House Bill 264 go into effect. Case Status: The federal district court upheld the Roster in 2015. This may be reproduced. (formerly Tracy Rifle & Pistol v. Harris). Description: The City Council suggested drafting Conditional Use Permits for a moratorium on new firearm businesses coming to the city. The law prohibits gun dealers from delivering a handgun to a gun buyer in that 30-day time period. The Board will continue to study the policies around gun shows, but they did vote to approve the first two contracts of 2019.Contact the Board members and CEO and tell them you support keeping the gun show in Ventura. AWR Hawkins is an award-winning Second Amendment columnist for Breitbart News and the writer/curator of Down Range with AWR Hawkins, a weekly newsletter focused on all things Second Amendment, also for Breitbart News. Current Status: The Board set up an ad hoc committee of two members to look at the safety issues with gun shows even though there are none at the Ventura guns show. Case Status: The case was filed on April 26, 2018, in response to Proposition 63 and Senate Bill 1235’s restrictions regarding the sale and transfer of ammunition in California. DOJ’s website, however, is woefully out-of-date.Â, Regulatory Counsel Response: In January, NRA and CRPA attorneys submitted a letter to the Attorney General highlighting the many inaccurate legal statements on DOJ’s website and the need for correction.Â, Description: California law substantially regulates and restricts the acquisition, transfer, and loan of firearms. However, instead of allowing the case to proceed, the 9. Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun organization Everytown for Gun Safety is pushing Joe Biden to enact a raft of gun control by executive fiat. Status: In 2018, California reduced the costs of hunting for California’s youth. LOP Response: NRA and CRPA are monitoring the situation and reviewing the actions of the City Council as a possible violation of state law. [6] The government has appealed, with CRPA filing an important amicus brief on October 12, 2018. In September 2017, a federal district court upheld the City’s refusal as constitutional. As a result, Washington D.C. is now effectively a “shall-issue” jurisdiction. What's Next: Trial was held in January of 2019. May 12, 2019 is the end of that moratorium. Current Status: With the passage of the moratorium, NRA, CRPA, and other groups are looking to challenge this unconstitutional attack on your rights. Description: Given California's continually evolving and complex firearm laws, many gun owners, manufacturers, and dealers are often left wondering how best to avoid being prosecuted for otherwise unintentional violations that can result in serious consequences. Status: NRA and CRPA are monitoring. Nothing new as of this publication. NS-624.8-Regulation of Firearms and Ammunition on County Property. In November 2017 the City placed a moratorium against new firearm retailers to open when Turner’s Outdoors attempted to open a store in the City. They are working with the national groups to make a statement that “we just don’t need” gun shows. The case was originally filed in 2009 as a challenge to California’s regulation that arbitrarily bans handguns based on a roster of “acceptable” handgun models … The State appealed its loss to the 9th Cir. Status: Ongoing efforts to closely monitor various hunting related issues to allow for timely and effective intervention as necessary. Current Status: NRA and CRPA are monitoring county agenda and further action. What's Next: Plaintiffs docketed their petition for writ of certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court on January 3, 2019. What's Next: The federal District Court, where Judge Benitez presides, granted Plaintiffs’ summary judgment motion, which permanently enjoined Penal Code Sec. Status: Ongoing efforts to closely monitor current and potential legal challenges to timely and effectively intervene or file litigation as appropriate. Description: In November 2017, DOJ submitted proposed regulations expanding the “assault weapon” registration definitions to apply in all circumstances, including enforcement of CA law. Case Status: CRPA filed a lawsuit challenging Los Angeles City’s refusal to disclose records related to secretly obtained disposition orders used by LAPD to justify the destruction of firearms in its possession. Rather than litigate, the City agreed to settle the lawsuit and turn over the records to CRPA. Current Status: Ongoing. In connection with these efforts, NRA and CRPA attorneys continue to provide analysis of parts and configurations of firearms, and provide lectures and general advice to members of the public and law enforcement regarding changes in California gun laws.Â. But because non-REAL IDs have “FEDERAL LIMITS APPLY” language, ATF and DOJ determined they could not be used to purchase a firearm. What's Next: Plaintiffs and the State filed cross-motions for summary judgment in late March 2019. Agency: Fish & Game Commission, Municipalities, Regulatory Bodies. On June 29, the district court granted plaintiffs’ motion for a preliminary injunction, halting enforcement of the newly enacted possession ban while the case is litigated. And how are other states allowing all the other types of handgun… Regulatory Counsel is responsible for many of the recently published webinars available on the CRPA’s website which provide gun owners with a comprehensive analysis of recently enacted legislation and the recently proposed “assault weapon” regulations from the California DOJ. Regularly submit public records act requests for documents concerning efforts of anti-hunting groups. LOP Response: The City brought in special legal council to assist the City in conducting a study. Status: NRA, CRPA and others are working to have the ordinance repealed because there was never any federal approval for these actions. Sales in excess of this require a California firearms dealers license. Contact the Board members and CEO and tell them you support keeping the gun show in Ventura. Prior NRA and CRPA comment letters can be viewed here, here, and here. As far as I can tell, CA DOJ asked for roughly $30 million for firearms related enforcement activity which includes DROS for guns and ammo.. No roster, no AWB, no mag ban, no ammo background check, no special CA background check, no COE, no mail order ammo ban, and none of that money is necessary. NRA and CRPA will continue to monitor. Presented at coyote management symposium regarding negative impacts of HSUS on predator management policies. By January 2014, when the National Shooting Sports Foundation and the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute filed a lawsuit against the state’s Department of Justice challenging the microstamping law, the number had already dropped to 867. Follow him on Twitter: @AWRHawkins. They wrote letters and provided testimony regarding the safe and lawful activity of the gun show for over 30 years. Description: City Council held a public hearing for a 45-day moratorium on any new firearm and ammunition retailers opening businesses in the city. Description: In January 2018, DOJ officially proposed its anticipated regulations regarding the serialization of home-built firearms pursuant to AB 857. On August 7, 2019, the 7th Circuit denied Plaintiff’s petition to re-hear the case en banc.Â. Description: California granted $5 million to create the “California Firearm Violence Research Center.” The individual chosen to head this center is a known anti-Second Amendment advocate. Status: NRA and CRPA are monitoring the issue that will come back up on the January Board calendar. Recent Action: Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) has been inspecting shooting ranges and requiring sampling for potential lead contamination in storm-water runoff, utilizing drinking water standards.  This has the potential to set inappropriate precedent for regulating ranges for storm-water runoff. Â, Status:  Ongoing efforts to assist ranges and engage the RWQCB to contest the validity of RWQCB’s actions.Â. The classic tradition of the department store Santa became the latest platform for a joyless scold to pontificate against guns. LOP efforts include developing and working with a network of professionals, citizens, local government officials, and law enforcement professionals to effectively oppose local threats to California gun owners. Please let us know if you're having issues with commenting. That decision was appealed, and in February 2016 the 9th Circuit upheld the lower court’s order within two weeks of oral arguments. This case parallels a similar case filed in Washington, DC, Hanson v. Description: For months the Orange County Fair Board has considered the future of gun shows at the venue. In many instances, these efforts have prompted local governments to vote down proposals or pull them from consideration. Current Status: Proposed legislation to stop gun shows at the Cow Palace was vetoed by Governor Brown, but anti-gun groups are still in full force trying to influence the Cow Palace Board. Regulatory Counsel Response: NRA and CRPA attorneys alerted members to the proposed regulation, and submitted a comprehensive opposition letter. Description: At the January 14, 2019 meeting of the City Council, the City considered a study session on whether to allow gun stores within the City. The regulations are now final and are currently being enforced. Agency: California Legislature and Governor’s Office. What's Next: Either the high court will grant certiorari and hear the case or not. Regulatory Counsel Response: Alerted members to the proposal and submitted a letter of comment during the public hearing in late March 2018. LOP Response:  This is a concerted effort by anti-gun groups to end gun shows in California. The City Attorney will be releasing the draft ordinance in the next few weeks. August 2018 there was no action on agenda. Current Status: NRA and CRPA are working hard to bring "shall-issue" to California. Current Status: There was no action for several months and on September 18th the Council voted to adopt the new ordinance. Another case challenging the microstamping requirement/roster, Pena v. Lindley (Horan), may be heard by the Supreme Court. The City has held a couple of community listening sessions where NRA/CRPA members have attended. The right to keep and bear arms is a right enjoyed by law-abiding citizens to have arms that are not unusual in common use for lawful purposes like self-defense. Status: Monitoring to see changes and for actions after the 45 days. What's Next: The City agreed to pay $35,000 to cover CRPA’s attorneys’ fees as a result of the lawsuit. Current Status: NRA and CRPA attorneys filed the Villanueva lawsuit, which challenges the regulations as a violation of California’s Administrative Procedures Act. Nonprofits “that are at high risk of terrorist attack due to ideology, beliefs, or mission” can apply for … What's Next: On April 23, 2020 Judge Benitez granted Plaintiff’s motion for a preliminary injunction, enjoining enforcement of the challenged laws. NRA and CRPA are looking at potential legal action against the city currently. 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