STATE COURT DENIES REQUEST FOR TRO ON EXECUTIVE ORDERS THAT HAVE CLOSED GUN STORES AS NON-ESSENTIAL

Updated: Aug 13



Los Angeles—California Superior Court Judge Mary Strobel has denied a request to issue a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) of the Mayor’s Executive Order which deems gun stores non-essential businesses. Turner’s Operations has sued the City and filed for the TRO.

"I'm very pleased that once again, our office has successfully defended the Mayor’s Safer at Home Order against a push to open gun stores during this public health emergency," said Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer. "The Mayor's Order treats gun stores and other non-essential businesses the same, requiring them all to be closed to protect public health and speed the day Angelenos can get back to work. We'll continue to do what it takes to defend and enforce the Order, which is about saving lives."

On April 6th Federal Court Judge Andre Birotte Jr. denied a request for a similar TRO.

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