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What’s next after San Diego court struck down the state’s high-capacity gun magazine ban




A 30 round magazine, left, and a 10 round magazine, right, rest below an AR-15 rifle.
A 30 round magazine, left, and a 10 round magazine, right, rest below an AR-15 rifle.
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A federal judge in San Diego struck down California’s ban on high-capacity gun magazines on Friday.

The ruling dealt a sizable blow to a law passed by the state legislature in 2016, which banned possession of gun magazines containing more than 10 bullets.

On Friday, U.S. District Judge Roger T. Benitez ruled that the law violated the 2nd Amendment rights of gun owners and issued an injunction barring the state from enforcing it. 

To discuss what comes next is San Diego Union Tribune reporter Greg Moran. 

Guest:

Greg Moran, staff writer who covers legal affairs and criminal justice issues at San Diego Union Tribune; his recent piece looks at the court decision overturning the state’s ban on high-capacity gun magazines