California Emergency Gun Magazine Ban Withdrawn



The California Department of Justice (DOJ) withdrew its emergency regulations on large-capacity firearm magazines Thursday.

According to an Office of Administrative Law (OAL) memo sent to California Attorney General Kamala Harris Thursday, This notice confirms that your proposed regulatory action regarding Large- Capacity Magazines was withdrawn from OAL review pursuant to Government Code section 11349.3(c).

The DOJ proposed a series of emergency regulations relating to magazines that can hold over 10 rounds last Friday. The proposed regulations were submitted under Californias emergency rule-making protocols, where a 5-day public comment period happens.

Section 11349(c) states: If an agency determines, on its own initiative, that a regulation submitted pursuant to subdivision (a) should be returned by the office prior to completion of the offices review, it may request the return of the regulation. All requests for the return of a regulation shall be memorialized in writing by the submitting agency no later than one week following the request.

Any regulation returned pursuant to this subdivision shall be resubmitted to the office for review within the one-year period specified in subdivision (b) of Section 11346.4 or shall comply with Article 5 (commencing with Section 11346) prior to resubmission.

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