California First/Second Amendment case filed
Four FFLs and the Calgun Foundation have challenged a provision of California gun laws -- on a First Amendment basis.
The law in question forbids a dealer to advertise handguns with a sign visible from outside the store, or to display the word "handgun." I believe it derives from the ancient Uniform Firearms Act. The case sounds like a winner; business speech can have some controls not allowed in non-business speech, but outlawing truthful speech is a problem even there.
Speaking of litigation, the NYSRA & NRA suit against the NY SAFE act is set for oral argument on December 8.