NRA-ILA reports that the California Department of Justice has publicly posted a new set of proposed rules pertaining to so-called “assault weapons” to the Office of Administrative Law. These regulations are classified as “file and print only,” meaning that none of them will be subject to public comment.
The latest round of proposals along these lines that the California DOJ advanced were denied after attorneys representing the NRA and the California Rifle and Pistol Association (CRPA) released a comprehensive opposition letter debunking the DOJ’s arguments in favor of stricter regulations.
The proposed regulations can be found here. For more updates on this and other battles over gun rights in the Golden State, visit Stand and Fight California.