Accuracy in Media

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.

The lawsuit challenges the ordinance on legal preemption grounds since California state law allows for possession of such magazines.

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.

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