Lively and in-depth discussions of city news, politics, science, entertainment, the arts, and more. Hosted by Larry Mantle

What’s next for CA gun laws after SCOTUS turns down concealed carry case?

by AirTalk®

164795 full
One of two pro-gun activists protests against the Gun Buyback Program organized in the traditionally liberal Los Angeles during the LAPD Gun Buyback Program event. JOE KLAMAR/AFP/Getty Images

California and its gun laws have been making national news in the last week.

First, with the Supreme Court decision not to take on a case that looks into concealed carry reciprocity and our state’s limits on who can carry a gun in public. Then on Thursday a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction to block the disposal of large-capacity ammunition magazines in California. The law was supposed to go into effect this weekend.

How are gun rights advocates and gun control supporters reacting to the news? What’s next for these policies? And what else could be coming down the pipeline in the national and state-wide gun conversation?


Lawrence Rosenthal, professor of law at Chapman University in Orange, California

Josh Blackman, an associate professor of Law at the South Texas College of Law who specializes in constitutional law; he is the author of “Unprecedented: The Constitutional Challenge to Obamacare” (Public Affairs, 2013); he tweets @JoshMBlackman

blog comments powered by Disqus

Enjoy AirTalk®? Try KPCC’s other programs.

What's popular now on KPCC