Originally Posted by Rmodel65
yes but you are not effecting interstate commerce by carrying to a school...they added a few words. there is still an exemption heck its even legal to carry to k-12 schools in cali, and oregon etc(assuming you are licensed)
The SCOTUS has supported other abuses of the Commerce Clause using the logic that the item involved HAS MOVED through interstate commerce.
Like I said... I don't know that GFSZ-II has been tested by the SCOTUS yet, but generally, when something is kicked out, the follow-on is carefully worded to avoid the objections of the majority opinion.
California had AB962, which would have banned sales of handgun ammo except in-person at a licensed dealer, limited quantities, etc... there was one exemption, and Cheaper Than Shit said "we don't care, we aren't going to risk it, we are not honoring the exemption".
That was thrown out as "Unconstitutionally vague" because it lacked a clear definition of "handgun ammunition".
So now a bill passed out of committee that applies to ALL ammo.
If it passes, I'm going to be making a lot of trips to AZ.