The Free Beacon reported:
Thirty county sheriffs, gun rights advocates, a peace officer organization, and others have filed a lawsuit challenging the city of Los Angeles’ ban on the possession of magazines capable of holding more than ten rounds.
If the courts do not grant a stay of enforcement of the ordinance, residents must surrender their magazines to police, modify them, or sell them by Nov. 18. They also could be transferred to a properly licensed person. The ordinance requires these magazines to be removed from city limits by that date.