California concealed gun ruling put on hold by appeals court. A right delayed . . .
Meanwhile, the Cali AG has some ‘splaining to do:
The Attorney Generalís office was repeatedly invited to participate in this case both by Sheriff Goreís attorney, and by the plaintiffs. The Attorney General declined to participate in the case, just as she has refused to get involved in similar cases challenging policies in other cities and counties that refused to accept self-defense as justification to get a license to carry a firearm in public to defend yourself and your family.
In fact, when the Attorney Generalís office was named as a defendant in some of those cases, it has successfully moved to be dismissed from the cases because the court has accepted the Attorney Generalís argument that she is not the official vested with the authority of the state when it comes to administering these licenses Ė the Sheriff is.