Court documents in the case of Pena v. Lindley: California’s Handgun roster suit

02/27/15 7:33 AM | by

A District Judge found Wednesday that the limitations under California’s Unsafe Handgun Act, which prohibits many pistols commonly sold in the rest of the country, do not violated the Second Amendment. For the full story click here.

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