California: Gun control measure triggers lawsuit

December 11, 2013 //

A gun store owner and a national gun industry trade group have sued to keep parts of Sunnyvale’s new gun control ordinance from taking effect on Jan. 1, claiming that it clashes with state and federal laws and tramples on constitutional rights.
The National Rifle Association plans to file its own lawsuit early next week. But Sunnyvale announced Tuesday that the San Francisco law firm of Farella Braun + Martel will offer its services for free to defend the ordinance against all challenges.

Read the article: The Oakland Tribune