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    San Jose has voted to require gunowners to have liability insurance on everyone in their household, and pay an annual fee that will be put toward a "gun violence reduction" program. The fee won't be much, but it's still a fee.

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    Originally posted by MattM37 View Post
    San Jose has voted to require gunowners to have liability insurance on everyone in their household, and pay an annual fee that will be put toward a "gun violence reduction" program. The fee won't be much, but it's still a fee.
    If this only pertains to gun owners, but includes a program to cover all people, this would certainly be challenged under a discrimination charge. It is amazing the BS these anti’s continue to reveal their idiocy with.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by bowhunter75richard View Post

      If this only pertains to gun owners, but includes a program to cover all people, this would certainly be challenged under a discrimination charge. It is amazing the BS these anti’s continue to reveal their idiocy with.
      Yes, it only pertains to gun owners. It was on "NewsMax" this morning.

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      • #4
        The USCCA already provides to members legal representation in any litigation from gun liability.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MattM37 View Post
          San Jose has voted to require gunowners to have liability insurance on everyone in their household, and pay an annual fee that will be put toward a "gun violence reduction" program. The fee won't be much, but it's still a fee.
          This will be challenged in the courts and will be struck down.

          Cal Guns and 2cnd amendment foundation are on this bad law in San Jose.

          These anti gun politicians throw a whole bunch of sh-t against the wall to see what sticks.
          Most of it doesn't.

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          • #6
            https://www.foxnews.com/us/californi...lity-insurance

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            • #7
              Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post
              The USCCA already provides to members legal representation in any litigation from gun liability.
              ...and their "membership" IS NOT cheap!

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              • #8
                I'm sure if you read the insurance it doesn't cover illegal acts. An insured person can't go shoot 15 people and the insurance company pays, no illegal activity is ever covered by insurance. Accidents are what, 600 per year, and how many of those are felons mishandling guns.

                What the law does do is give some Californians glee for a few months as it makes it's way up however far in the courts it goes. I guarantee you, now is a real bad time for people to try to make new gun laws.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by rock rat View Post
                  I'm sure if you read the insurance it doesn't cover illegal acts. An insured person can't go shoot 15 people and the insurance company pays, no illegal activity is ever covered by insurance. Accidents are what, 600 per year, and how many of those are felons mishandling guns.

                  What the law does do is give some Californians glee for a few months as it makes it's way up however far in the courts it goes. I guarantee you, now is a real bad time for people to try to make new gun laws.
                  Except in NY and California where individuals have forfeited their rights to the Democrat Party!

                  Let's GO Brandon!!!

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                  • #10
                    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...e-requirement/


                    Here is the legal challenge.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by rock rat View Post
                      I'm sure if you read the insurance it doesn't cover illegal acts. An insured person can't go shoot 15 people and the insurance company pays, no illegal activity is ever covered by insurance. Accidents are what, 600 per year, and how many of those are felons mishandling guns.

                      What the law does do is give some Californians glee for a few months as it makes it's way up however far in the courts it goes. I guarantee you, now is a real bad time for people to try to make new gun laws.
                      It seems, even in the legal use of a firearm like self defense, the shooter is confronted with a civil law suit. Am I wrong ?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by jhjimbo View Post

                        It seems, even in the legal use of a firearm like self defense, the shooter is confronted with a civil law suit. Am I wrong ?
                        You're right. But that's a legal use. I don't know what the incidence is, but I'd think 99% of (made up percent by me thank you very much) firearm death and injury is illegal.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by rock rat View Post
                          I'm sure if you read the insurance it doesn't cover illegal acts. An insured person can't go shoot 15 people and the insurance company pays, no illegal activity is ever covered by insurance. Accidents are what, 600 per year, and how many of those are felons mishandling guns.

                          What the law does do is give some Californians glee for a few months as it makes it's way up however far in the courts it goes. I guarantee you, now is a real bad time for people to try to make new gun laws.
                          It seems, even in the legal use of a firearm like self defense, the shooter is confronted with a civil law suit. Am I wrong ?

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