Three years later, Pleasant Hill still considering gun sales regulations


Since its initial lobbying effort of Pleasant Hill City Councilmembers by outside agitators i.e. the Brady Campaign, the Pleasant Hill City Councill will once again consider its proposed gun sales regulations Nov 18, despite vehement opposition by local residents. See Gun SalesRegulations proposal on Agenda. Pleasant Hill City Council meets to consider the issue Nov […]

Protest Pleasant Hill Gun Sale Restrictions, Oct 21

Gun Sale restrictions in Pleasant Hill are again coming before the City Council. Citizens who value gun rights and the Second Amendment are encouraged demonstrate against burdensome rules about to be placed on legitimate firearms stores on October 21, starting at 6:30pm at the Pleasant Hill Council Chambers.

Oakland seeks waiver to be first California city to register guns

When guns are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns. So goes the saying that aptly describes Oakland California, the murder capital of California. A bill introduced by Assemblyman Rob Bonta, D-Alameda, would exempt Oakland from a state law that prohibits cities from requiring gun owners to register their weapons with a city agency. Under such a […]

Pleasant Hill Gunning for Second Amendment Rights

California guts Second Amendment

Over the past several months City of Pleasant Hill officials have been quietly planning to adopt new regulations to limit firearms and ammunition sales in the City. On Tuesday, April 26, 2011 the City’s Planning Commission is scheduled to take the first formal step to restrict firearms and ammunition sales, by amending its zoning ordinance […]

NRA leader talks in Orinda, Oct 15

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National Rifle Association (NRA) immediate Past President Sandra Froman is the featured speaker at the Thursday, October 15 luncheon meeting of the Lamorinda Republican Women’s Club. Froman’s topic is “Why the Second Amendment Keeps Us Free.”

Court to rule on handgun bans

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The court will decide if the ruling allowing guns for self-defense can apply to Second Amendment restrictions placed on citizens by states and localities