California Attorney General Discusses Legislative Efforts In Light Of Supreme Court Ruling On Second Amendment Rights

California Attorney General Discusses Legislative Efforts In Light Of Supreme Court Ruling On Second Amendment Rights


In light of the recent Supreme Court ruling on a New York concealed carry gun law, California state Attorney General Rob Bonta discussed legislation efforts in the Golden State.

“Californians are committed to safeguarding our citizens, our children, and our future through commonsense gun laws,” Attorney General Bonta said in a statement. “States still have the right to limit concealed carry permits to those who may safely possess firearms.”

“We are working with the Governor and the legislature to advance legislation that is both constitutional and will maintain safety for Californians,” Bonta added, pointing to the recent mass shooting tragedies in Uvalde, Texas, and Buffalo, New York.

“[W]ith gun deaths at an all-time high, ensuring that dangerous individuals are not allowed to carry concealed firearms is more important than ever,”

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