The Anthony Portantino-sparked "open carry" gun bill signed into law this month is among other pieces of similar legislation in the legal crosshairs of California Right to Carry, a gun rights advocacy group that announced its intent Monday to file a federal lawsuit against open carry law, according to a report in the Pasadena Sun.
in early October, halts the practice of openly displaying unloaded firearms. The lawmaker has called it a "waste" of time for law enforcement, and the bill had the support of the California Police Chiefs and rank-and-file officers.
The group has selected Dec. 15 at the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles as the time and place for the filing. The date is also the anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights.