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Potential Plaintiffs:

In order to challenge unconstitutional and improper laws, we need individuals to participate in our efforts as plaintiffs.

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Some FPC legal efforts:

DeLuz, FPC, CGF v. California Department of Justice (Constitutional and statutory challenge to CA DOJ's denial of access to DOJ firearm regulations)

Wiese, FPC et al., v. Becerra (Federal lawsuit challenging the State of California's confiscatory ban on "large-capacity" magazines)

Avitabile, FPC et al v. State of New York, Lt. Col. Beach (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. (Second Amendment lawsuit challenging Annapolis, MD's ban on Tasers and other “less-than-lethal” electronic self-defense weapons) - VICTORY: Repeal!

Gallinger, FPC et al. v. Attorney General Xavier Becerra (lawsuit challenging California Senate Bill 707, unconstitutional exemptions for retired government employees)

Publius & Hoskins v. Diane Boyer-Vine (ongoing First Amendment “Tyrant Registry” free speech lawsuit) -  UPDATE: VICTORY! U.S. Chief District Judge Lawrence J. O’Neill ordered an injunction against enforcement of the law on 2/27/17.

Teixeira v. County of Alameda amicus brief (Ninth Circuit; gun store ban lawsuit)

Hollis v. Lynch amicus brief (Fifth Circuit; machine gun lawsuit)

Jackson v. San Francisco amicus brief (U.S. Supreme Court; locked storage lawsuit)

Peruta v. County of San Diego amicus brief (Ninth Circuit; right-to-carry lawsuit)