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This story comes from The Blaze.
It seems the Ninth Circuit court of appeals in Kommifornia has decided that,
"An 11-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said law enforcement officials can require applicants for a concealed weapons permit to show they are in immediate danger or have another good reason for a permit beyond self-defense."
Now, we can pretty much assume the Constitution is a dead letter. I suggest you read Ken Royce's Hologram of Liberty.
The Heller and McDonald decisions both require that all lower courts consider the right to Kepp (own and posses) and Bear (carry!) arms is an individual right and the 2nd Amendment protects it. That is the highest law in the land.
A couple of years ago, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals required the State of Illinois to come up with a Shall Issue permitting system to facilitate the concealed carry of firearms by law abiding citizens, or open carry would be the law within the State. Illinois has 120 days to comply. The State complied.
See here for more.
The Kommifornia legislature and the Ninth Circuit Court with both soon be slapped into compliance with the highest law in the land. Either Kommifornia will go open cary with no concealed carry or they will get creative with a new Shall Issue law. They will initially drag their feet as D.C. is doing, but eventually they will probably pattern it after Texas law as Illinois did.