The National Rifle Association has filed a lawsuit against California, arguing the state’s new law violates the Second Amendment and the state Constitution.
The lawsuit comes on the heels of California’s state legislature passing a bill that will force gun owners to register their guns and ammunition online.
The bill also bans the purchase of firearms through online retailers, including online auction sites.
The NRA has been a vocal opponent of the law and its supporters have called it “unconstitutional” and “unconscionable.”
The NRA also said it was “disappointed” that the bill passed with an overwhelming vote of the state Senate.
The measure was introduced by Sen. Mark Leno, a Democrat from San Francisco, who has called for more gun control.
He introduced the bill last week, despite protests from gun rights groups.
“The National Rifle Assn.
and the American Civil Liberties Union are disappointed in the passage of SB 1370 and will work to defeat this measure,” the NRA said in a statement.
The law was first proposed in 2015, and was championed by Leno and other Republicans who argued it would protect gun owners from the “chilling” effects of California SB 1368, which would require residents to obtain a gun permit if they want to purchase ammunition or ammunition.
Leno has been in the spotlight since the bill was introduced.
He was one of several Republicans to support the measure, and he was one the first Republicans to join the NRA’s board of directors in 2016.
The new law would require gun owners who want to register to provide a Social Security number and other information, which they can access at a DMV website.
They could also go online to fill out a form that would require them to fill in a photo ID and complete a background check before they can purchase a firearm.
It also bans individuals who are convicted of domestic violence or stalking from owning firearms.
The state has been one of the most active gun states in the country, with more than 20,000 guns stolen in 2016, according to the state Department of Justice.
The latest bill was signed into law last week by Gov.
Gavin Newsom, a Democratic who was sworn in this month.