Jun 17, 2015

Gun backers argue in court for statewide concealed-carry rights - SFGate

Firearms advocates challenged California’s principal gun-control law before a federal appeals court Tuesday, arguing for the right of any law-abiding adult to carry a concealed weapon in public. The state’s lawyer, Deputy Attorney General Edward DuMont, countered that the constitutional right to own a gun for self-defense, declared by the Supreme Court in 2008, does not include “the right to...

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