A California appeals court reinstated a background check requirement for ammunition purchases last week after a federal judge deemed the law unconstitutional and a violation of the Second Amendment.
H/T: Fox News
Late Friday night (9:46pm), the following order came out from the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, granting a temporary stay on the injunction issued on Thursday, April 24, in the NRA funded case of Rhode v. Becerra. This means that the same restrictions that have been previously in effect regarding ammunition in California are back for the time being, pending further order from the court, according to the NRA.
Some gun owners balk at California's new ammunition law https://t.co/xQjRIzsBT2 but dont need an I'd to vote, because that's racist🤔— JFA (@JFA_Justice4ALL) May 3, 2020
An appeals court has reinstated a California law requiring background checks for people buying ammunition, reversing a federal judge’s decision to stop the checks that he said violate the constitutional right to bear arms. https://t.co/UFn9K1Nebx— KTLA (@KTLA) April 25, 2020
A federal appeals court has ruled that California can continue to require background checks of ammunition buyers as a challenge to the voter-approved rule makes its way through the justice system. https://t.co/aq1clqqxj1— NBC News (@NBCNews) April 26, 2020
The California law mandating background checks for ammunition sales is back on despite a judge's warning that the law is unconstitutional.https://t.co/wxoaFqq2MZ— Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) May 2, 2020