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Firearms Policy Coalition Seeking Plaintiffs In Washington Mag Ban


However, before the ink is dry on the prohibition, the Firearms Policy Coalition issued a call for potential plaintiffs from among Washington residents that could be impacted by the ban. 

“By enacting the unconstitutional SB 5078, the State of Washington has further restricted the fundamental human rights of Washington residents and visitors by banning the transfer and other conduct related to so-called ‘large capacity’ magazines,” said the group in a statement. “FPC condemns this latest act of state aggression and will not allow this law to go unchallenged. To that end, FPC Law will be taking aggressive action to fight this immoral law and seek to have it enjoined and declared unconstitutional.”

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Armed Equality Group Disagrees With California Mag Ban

From The Truth About Guns:

Not every LGBT group agrees. One of which, California-based Armed Equality, filed its own brief in the case asking the court to let the ruling stand so that all armed individuals — regardless of orientation or gender — will have at their disposal all of the tools that are best suited to defend themselves and their families.
What’s more, Armed Equality has a few choice words for the three groups that are working so hard to keep LGBT people disarmed and vulnerable to the attacks they say are so often directed their way. Here’s Armed Equality’s open letter, originally published on their Facebook page and reprinted here with permission:

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9th Circuit Declares Mag Ban Unconstitutional

From Sacramento CBS:

“Even well-intentioned laws must pass constitutional muster,” appellate Judge Kenneth Lee wrote for the panel’s majority. California’s ban on magazines holding more than 10 bullets “strikes at the core of the Second Amendment – the right to armed self-defense.”

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Veteran Victim Of “Common Sense” Gun Laws

The laws that are in place in states like New York do nothing to prevent crime and in fact create new criminals out of previous law-abiding citizens. A prime example is this case out of New York where a veteran is facing 7 years in prison for the possession of 5 magazines, meanwhile David Gregory of NBC News is on video breaking the Washington, D.C. law and he is not charged.


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