"Good Cause" is Bad Law

Special Report by Ginny Simone

The U.S. Ninth Circuit of Appeals struck down the requirement that California residents had to prove “good cause” in order to obtain a concealed carry firearms license. Now it’s a question of what happens next. “There is an epic battle going on right now for the future of the Second Amendment,” says Civil Rights Attorney Chuck Michel. And this could very well be the next major Second Amendment case to go before the Supreme Court.

The U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down California's "good cause" concealed carry requirement.