GOC Joins CRPA in Fighting Glendale “Sensitive Places” Ordinance

The City of Glendale is spitting in the face of the Supreme Court – 
and we won’t stand for it!

In absolute defiance of the United States Supreme Court, the City of Glendale California has enacted an ordinance that identifies “sensitive places” where lawful CCW holders are not able to legally carry their firearms.

GOC is pleased to join the California Rifle & Pistol Association (CRPA) in challenging this outrageous and unconstitutional maneuver, by filing a lawsuit yesterday on the overly-broad  ordinance.  

The City of Glendale has obviously picked up where SB 918 failed, which would have established “sensitive spaces” guidelines that sought to virtually prohibit CCW holders from carrying outside their home.  GOC had boots on the ground and thankfully, the bill died a spectacular death in the final hours of session, which dealt a stunning blow to the anti-gun leadership in the Legislature.

This was an incredible victory, yet it’s clear the anti-gun legislators have their sights set on re-introducing the bill again when the Legislature returns in January.  But as we have said many times, we are not going to just take the win and nap through the fall – we are going to continue to charge ahead and are pleased to unite once again with CRPA in filing a federal lawsuit that will challenge the constitutionality of “sensitive place” laws under the recent Bruen test.

The City of Glendale is spitting in the face of the Supreme Court because the Court clearly stated in the Bruen decision that jurisdictions must not attempt to limit the ability to carry a firearm by using the ”sensitive spaces” tactic.

Will you JOIN us as we continue to battle against those who want to strip us of our rights?  We are in this for the long haul – JOIN US TODAY!