San Francisco, CA (July 15, 2022) – In the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision in NYSRPA v. Bruen, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) and California Gun Rights Foundation (CGF) have sent letters to San Francisco Police Chief William “Bill” Scott and Sheriff Paul Miyamoto telling them to “take immediate action to conform [their] policies and practices to comply with constitutional requirements.” The letters can be viewed at FPCLegal.org.
“At bottom, if you are accepting and processing license applications, you must treat such matters with the timeliness and care required of any constitutionally enshrined fundamental right,” reads the letters. “Requiring appointments, imposing delays, and otherwise denying non-prohibited individuals access to their fundamental right to bear arms is unconstitutional.”
In addition, the letters request public records regarding forms, policies, practices, and other documents regarding firearm carry licenses and applications. These letters were sent the same day FPC told all issuing authorities that they “are required to objectively process a carry permit application submitted to you without burdensome fees, delays, flaming hoops, and other games.”
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Firearms Policy Coalition (firearmspolicy.org), a 501(c)4 nonprofit organization, exists to create a world of maximal human liberty, defend constitutional rights, advance individual liberty, and restore freedom. FPC’s efforts are focused on the Right to Keep and Bear Arms and adjacent issues including freedom of speech, due process, unlawful searches and seizures, separation of powers, asset forfeitures, privacy, encryption, and limited government. The FPC team are next-generation advocates working to achieve the Organization’s strategic objectives through litigation, research, scholarly publications, amicus briefing, legislative and regulatory action, grassroots activism, education, outreach, and other programs. FPC Law (FPCLaw.org) is the nation’s first and largest public interest legal team focused on the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, and the leader in the Second Amendment litigation and research space.
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