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Supreme Court Served 2nd Amendment Case – 23 Attorneys General Band Together to Bring Magazine Suit
By Daniel Ottomire|April 6, 2022
Supreme Court Served 2nd Amendment Case – 23 Attorneys General Band Together to Bring Magazine Suit

What’s Happening:

Joe Biden’s gun control agenda might have stalled in D.C. But that hasn’t stopped Democrats at the state level to push stricter and stricter laws.

One common way Democrats limit your Second Amendment rights is by pushing laws that reduce magazine capacity.

A lawsuit was filed in the Supreme Court to shut down one of these laws. And guess who’s signing onto it?

From Ammoland:

In February, NRA-ILA, in partnership with the California Rifle & Pistol Association, petitioned the United States Supreme Court to hear Duncan v. Bonta, a case challenging California’s ban on magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds.

On April 1st, 23 Attorneys General filed an amicus brief supporting the case.  Drafting was led by:

  • Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich,
  • Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry,
  • Oklahoma Attorney General John O’Connor, and
  • West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey.

Twenty-three state attorneys general in total signed onto a lawsuit against a California gun control law. The case has been sent to the Supreme Court. It concerns a law that limits magazine capacity for firearms to just ten rounds.

AGs from Arizona, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and West Virginia led a group of 23 attorneys general to support this lawsuit. The other states include Alabama, Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.

These AGs are throwing considerable weight behind this lawsuit. Though, it will be up to the highest court in the land if they even hear it.

A common tactic by the left to restrict gun rights is by limiting ammo capacity. They claim this is to stop would-be criminals.

But in reality, we believe it harms law-abiding citizens. This not only puts a strain on Americans’ ability to exercise their gun rights. It also puts a citizen in danger, since they are limited in how effectively they can defend themselves or their families.

You’d think our lawmakers would be removing limitations to protecting ourselves. Instead, Democrats are going out of their way to make it harder for Americans to be safe.

We’ll have to see how the Supreme Court does about this.

Key Takeaways:

  • Twenty-three state AGs signed onto a lawsuit against a gun control law.
  • The law from California restricts gun owners from owning high-capacity magazines.
  • Arizona, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and West Virginia are leading the charge.

Source: Ammoland

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Daniel Ottomire
Daniel Ottomire is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for American Journal Daily.
Daniel Ottomire is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for American Journal Daily.
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