California: California AG Seeks Stay on Ammunition Injunction Ruling

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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. 

Continue to check your inbox and www. nraila.org for updates. 

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