There is the usual puling from Brady Campaign representatives quotes in the story:
The Brady Campaign to prevent gun violence does not buy it. They do not see why anyone except police should be bearing arms in public, even if they have the right to.This really sends me off: if I have a right to carry firearms, then I don;t need to give a reason. I think that the Brady Campaign is also trying to set the narrative for future challenges to California gun laws, such as this case currently in San Diego.
We should all stay tuned. If the SCOTUS rules in favor of the plaintiffs in McDonald v. Chicago, then several pending lawsuits in California could result in some big changes in the law.