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Some FPC legal actions:
- Constitutional and statutory challenge to CA DOJ's "bullet-button assault weapon" regulations
- Constitutional and statutory challenge to CA DOJ's denial of access to DOJ firearm regulations
- Federal lawsuit challenging the State of California's confiscatory ban on "large-capacity" magazines
- Federal Second Amendment lawsuit challenging New York’s ban on Tasers and other “less-than-lethal” electronic self-defense weapons
Hulbert, FPC et al. v. Annapolis, Maryland Mayor Mike Pantelides, et al.
- Federal Second Amendment lawsuit challenging Annapolis, MD's ban on Tasers and other “less-than-lethal” electronic self-defense weapons
- VICTORY: Full repeal!
- Ninth Circuit
- Constitutional challenge to California Senate Bill 707, exemptions for retired government employees
FPC SADC, et al. v. California Attorney General Kamala Harris
- First Amendment challenge to California law banning use of Assembly video of gun control bill debates for political speech and FPC advertisements about Proposition 63
- VICTORY! U.S. District Judge Morrison C. England, Jr., issued a preliminary injunction
- VICTORY: Full repeal! Legislature completely repealed the law.
- First Amendment “Tyrant Registry” free speech lawsuit
- VICTORY! U.S. Chief District Judge Lawrence J. O’Neill ordered a permanent injunction (matching the preliminary injunction).
- Ninth Circuit; gun store ban lawsuit
- Being petitioned to U.S. Supreme Court
- Fifth Circuit; machine gun lawsuit
- U.S. Supreme Court; locked storage lawsuit
- Ninth Circuit; right-to-carry lawsuit
- U.S. Supreme Court; 10-day waiting period lawsuit
- Pennsylvania Supreme Court; 'Stop-and-Frisk of legal gun owners