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  • Gun rights activists say they'll defy new state laws signed Friday by Gov. Brown

    Protestors traveled to Sacramento from cities such as San Jose and Chico to tell Gov. Brown that they will not comply with the recently signed laws.

Protestors traveled to Sacramento from cities such as San Jose and Chico to tell Gov. Brown that they will not comply with the recently signed laws. Tyler Foggatt The Sacramento Bee
Protestors traveled to Sacramento from cities such as San Jose and Chico to tell Gov. Brown that they will not comply with the recently signed laws. Tyler Foggatt The Sacramento Bee

Gun rights activists say they won’t comply with California’s new laws

July 02, 2016 4:23 PM

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