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California Loses Big In Federal Court, Controversial Gun Law Gets Struck Down

Supporters of the 2nd Amendment should be thanking former President Trump for making the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals normal again.

A California law restricted the sale of most firearms to persons under age 21, but “creates an exception for sales of long guns to young adults who 1) have a hunting license; 2) are peace officers, federal law enforcement agents, or carry firearms for their work; or 3) are active or honorably discharged members of the military.”

The law was adopted in 2018 after the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas HIgh School. The point of the bill was to prevent Americans under the age of 21 from owning semi-automatic firearms like the AR-15.

The lawsuit was initiated by the Firearms Policy Coalition after a young man from San Diego attempted to purchase a semi-automatic rifle without first

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