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Opponents Criticize New California Gun Tracking Law

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Opponents Criticize New California Gun Tracking Law

A new California law requiring credit card companies to assign a special retail code to gun sales takes effect today, sparking significant controversy. Opponents, including Attorney Emily Taylor from Gun Owners of America, argue that the law effectively creates a firearm registry, raising concerns about privacy and potential government overreach.


Taylor and other critics contend that the law sets a dangerous precedent, potentially leading to harassment of gun owners and paving the way for eventual confiscation of firearms. They view the tracking of gun sales as an infringement on Second. . .

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