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Finally, we get a pro 2nd opinion from the 9th which will have serious ramifications here in Oregon and Washington!

This is a YUGE win for the 2nd, and, that dickhead Knudson and his lift every skirt, er,......voice sham anti 2nd org just got kicked in the teeth!
 
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Finally, we get a pro 2nd opinion from the 9th which will have serious ramifications here in Oregon and Washington!

This is a YUGE win for the 2nd, and, that dickhead Knudson and his lift every skirt, er,......voice sham anti 2nd org just got kicked in the teeth!
Yes and no, it looks like it was either a single judge or a panel. Refer to Young Vs. Hawaii for an example of when it goes to the full circuit.
 
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I don't want to rain on the parade as this is excellent news...but this case is very likely just getting started.

The judge also issued a 30 day stay, in order to allow the Communists to appeal to the 9th. That stay will remain in place for the duration while the appeal is happening.

The appeals court will first review the case with a three judge panel. If the three judge panel upholds the decision (probably 50/50 depending on which judges get picked) then the Communists will petition for an 11 judge en banc hearing.

It's highly unlikely this decision will be upheld by the very corrupt 9th. If they overturn it, then it's off to SCOTUS and lord only knows how long that will take...and/or if SCOTUS will even agree to hear it.

There is a possibility, however, that Communists will not appeal this case. I haven't read the decision yet but Judge Benitez is usually extremely thorough in his decisions. If the Communists believe this decision will ultimately be upheld, they may take the loss to attempt to limit the effects of this case to just California. I mean, if it stands, it will create a conflict among other Circuit Courts that have banned so called assault weapons. But SCOTUS would then have to step in and resolve the conflict...and who knows whether they'd do that or not given their track record on gun cases. But the communists may decide to play those odds vs. having the case overturned by the 9th, which would definitely send it to SCOTUS.

So...keep your fingers crossed and stay tuned! :)
 
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You never know what really moves the courts but here is a little tidbit of news that may be part of the new thinking.

"State-to-state migration data recently released by the Internal Revenue Service shows that California lost an estimated net 70,534 households—or 165,355 taxpayers and their dependents—in years 2017-2018, with those fleeing taking around $8.8 billion in net adjusted gross income with them.

Interstate migration flows are influenced by a number of factors, including retirement, job opportunities, and housing costs. Brandon Ristoff, a policy analyst with the California Policy Center, told Center Square that the flight of billions of dollars from California is driven by the state’s “bad policies on the economy, education and more.”
 
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Yes and no, it looks like it was either a single judge or a panel. Refer to Young Vs. Hawaii for an example of when it goes to the full circuit.
Cant, they now ask for an Enbanc review of three judges etc? and then appeal one more time to a panel of 11, 9th circuit justices after that? I believe that's the standard course.. After that we then appeal to be heard at the Supreme court with this. Perhaps this is why the S.C, is taking up a major 2A case this November...
 
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Really GOOD news from CA.


Aloha, Mark
 
Really GOOD news from CA.


Aloha, Mark
Don’t worry, it’ll be appealed... It’s kommiefornia......
 
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“In California, murder by knife occurs seven times more often than murder by rifle"

Imagine that, fewer people killed every year by those evil black rifles than by knives... But politicians in California aren't ones to be deterred by facts and logic. I'm surprised that they haven't attempted to ban "assault knives" with blades longer than 1/2"...
 
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You never know what really moves the courts but here is a little tidbit of news that may be part of the new thinking.

"State-to-state migration data recently released by the Internal Revenue Service shows that California lost an estimated net 70,534 households—or 165,355 taxpayers and their dependents—in years 2017-2018, with those fleeing taking around $8.8 billion in net adjusted gross income with them.

Interstate migration flows are influenced by a number of factors, including retirement, job opportunities, and housing costs. Brandon Ristoff, a policy analyst with the California Policy Center, told Center Square that the flight of billions of dollars from California is driven by the state’s “bad policies on the economy, education and more.”

Kali is losing residents almost as fast as CNN & MSNBC are viewers….
 

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