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WA Senate Votes Unanimously to Amend Firearms Transfer Law

OLYMPIA, WA (February 23, 2017) — Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) applauded the passage of Washington Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5552 today, which was moved forward by the Senate in a unanimous 49-0 vote. Prior to passage, the bill was amended to include a new FPC-supported exemption to the state’s firearm transfer restrictions for law-abiding gun owners. Read Full Post…

Appeal of California waiting period filed…

SAN FRANCISCO (February 13, 2017)­­­­­­ – Today, attorneys for The Calguns Foundation (CGF), Second Amendment Foundation, and two individual plaintiffs filed a petition with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals seeking en banc (full-court) review of a wrongly-decided opinion that overturned the trial court’s judgment that California’s Waiting Period Laws violate the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution. Read Full Post…

Firearms Policy Coalition Applauds Neil Gorsuch SCOTUS Nomination

FPC Applauds President Trump for Nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to U.S. Supreme Court, Urges Quick Confirmation

SACRAMENTO, CA (February 1, 2017) — In response to President Donald J. Trump’s nomination of Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) President Brandon Combs has issued the following statement: Read Full Post…

California DOJ “Emergency” Magazine Ban Regulations Withdrawn

Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) has confirmed that the California Department of Justice (DOJ) has withdrawn their proposed “emergency” regulations on large-capacity magazines.

A December 29, 2016 Office of Administrative Law (OAL) memo, sent to Attorney General Kamala Harris today, states that “This notice confirms that your proposed regulatory action regarding Large-Capacity Magazines was withdrawn from OAL review pursuant to Government Code section 11349.3(c).” Read Full Post…

Gun Dealers File for Summary Judgment Over State of California Ban on Handgun Advertisements

The case, backed by The Calguns Foundation, Second Amendment Foundation, and California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees, challenges a State of California law that bans handgun advertising outside of licensed firearm dealerships. Read Full Post…