(KQED) – “You know these proposed laws are unconstitutional. They’re burdensome and quite frankly they’re irrational,” said Craig DeLuz, with the Firearms Policy Coalition. He said the recording requirement is also a violation of free speech and privacy laws, which means other civil rights groups will also take issue with the surveillance cameras.
He said if San Jose passes these regulations, then gun rights advocates will sue.
“This is simply virtue-signaling politicians, who have absolutely no respect for the Constitution or the right to keep and bear arms,” he said
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