Attorney General Kamala Harris doesn’t want Americans to be able to practice their second amendment rights freely. She is trying to tighten her grip on the citizens of Cali, yet again.
The California attorney general Wednesday asked a full federal appeals court to review a controversial gun case in hopes the court will overturn a ruling by a three-judge panel that would make it easier for someone to legally carry a concealed weapon in public.
Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris asked the full 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to consider the case that led to the 2-1 ruling in February that struck down a restrictive policy used by the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department in determining who could receive a concealed weapons permit.
The ruling said the San Diego County policy of requiring applicants to prove “good cause” for receiving a concealed weapon permit violated the 2nd Amendment.
While the ruling only applied to San Diego County, it is being seen as a precedent for other challenges to gun laws. In California, each county can set its own rules for concealed weapon permits.
“This case is one of exceptional importance,” said an appeal signed by Harris and several of her subordinates. Whether the appeals court will opt to review the panel’s decision is unclear.