Lawsuit Challenges Large Capacity Magazine Ban
The CRPOA has joined 30 Sheriffs and others in a lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles challenging its ban on the possession of large capacity magazines (magazines holding 11 rounds or more). Last week the L.A. Public Safety Committee approved amendments which would specifically exempt reserve officers and LEOSA-eligible retired officers (provided they have a CCW or CCW endorsement) and made other changes to the ordinance as noted below.
By Pete Downs, CRPOA Director, Member of the Legislative Committee a Volunteer In Policing at the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office. This month I will discuss the committee structure and some of the nuances. LEGISLATION Measures considered by the Legislature fall into six classes. These are bills, constitutional amendments, joint resolutions, concurrent resolutions, house resolutions, […]
This is the first of a series of articles that will explain the process that faces your Legislative Committee in Sacramento. The information is extracted from the official California Legislature website. The process of moving a bill may have other nuances that we will cover in subsequent editions of “The Backup” but this will explain the fundamentals.