San Francisco Chronicle
S.F. gun ordinances are upheld
Updated 10:25 p.m., Tuesday, November 27, 2012
........San Francisco's gun-storage ordinance "requires you to sleep with your gun in a holster if you want to have it ready for self-defense in the middle of the night," Michel said. "We respectfully disagree that it's a minimal burden."
City Attorney Dennis Herrera said the ruling "affirms our position that San Francisco's gun laws protect public safety in a manner that's reasonable and constitutional."
My Comments: Politicians in SF use the Constitution like we used to use the Sears Catalog in the out house.......
C.D. Michel, a lawyer for the gun owners, said the ruling would be appealed to the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals (9th Circus Court of Clowns), which is preparing to hear separate challenges next week to California's licensing requirements for carrying handguns in public.
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