Court documents in Bauer v. California: Using DROS fees to fund gun seizure program

03/4/15 7:41 AM | by

A federal judge on Monday found that the Dealer’s Record of Sale fees collected by the state of California, which fund a program to confiscate guns, are constitutional. Click here for the full story.

 

 

 

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