Xavier Becerra, then-California’s Attorney General however now (as of yesterday) the U.S. Secretary of Health & Human Services, admitted that CA’s gun registration web site was so poorly designed that it was extensively nonfunctional. From today’s Sacramento Bee:
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra’s workplace quietly signed a settlement agreement in federal court docket admitting his company’s gun-registration web site was so poorly designed that probably 1000’s of Californians have been unable to register their assault weapons and adjust to state legislation.
Under the phrases of the settlement filed Wednesday in U.S. Eastern District Court in Sacramento, the state Department of Justice is required to inform every district lawyer and legislation enforcement company to placed on maintain “all pending investigations and prosecutions” for these suspected of failing to register their assault weapons.
The settlement agreement is a significant setback for one in all California’s signature items of gun management laws. It comes 11 months after a federal decide stated the state’s newly applied on-line ammunition background-check program was so glitchy that tens of 1000’s of in any other case authorized firearms house owners have been barred from shopping for ammunition — in violation of their 2nd Amendment rights.
I’d advocate studying the entire article to study extra about this type of failure-by-design and the lawsuit filed by California Gun Rights Foundation, Firearms Policy Coalition, and Second Amendment Foundation that led to this settlement and public admission.
When probably the most anti-gun folks in probably the most anti-gun states implements a system that, for example, rejects about 18 % of legitimate ammunition buy background checks it’s a blatant violation of Californians’ Second Amendment rights. But we all know that for Becerra it’s a function, not a bug.