California: California AG Seeks Stay on Ammunition Injunction Ruling

Gun Rights

As reported yesterday, Judge Benitez granted the preliminary injunction in the NRA funded case of Rhode v. Becerra. The injunction, became effective upon issuance of the order; enjoining federal and state law enforcement from implementing or enforcing the sales background check provisions, anti-importation provisions, and the criminal enforcement penalties associated with the law.  

Today, the California Attorney General filed a motion to stay the preliminary injunction, as the State appeals the ruling. In the motion, the California Attorney General sets an arbitrary timeline on the court to issue a stay of 3pm PST before seeking relief from the Appellate Court. 

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