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Lawsuit Challenges Constitutionality Of California Ivory Ban

January 22, 2016

Gilbert, AZ – (AmmoLand.com)- The Ivory Education Institute, a California-based non-profit, has filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality, under California’s constitution, of California’s ivory ban (AB96) that was enacted last year and which goes into effect July 1, 2016.

AB96 outlawed virtually all trade in ivory, regardless of its source or age, as well as 10,000-year-old fossil mammoth and mastodon ivory, including any object with even the smallest amount of ivory included – so all ivory and mammoth ivory handled knives are devalued to zero.

Click here to read the complaint.

Knife Rights is not a party to the lawsuit, but we hope their challenge is successful.

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Gilbert, AZ – (AmmoLand.com)- The Ivory Education Institute, a California-based non-profit, has filed a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality, under California’s constitution, of California’s ivory ban (AB96) that was enacted last year and which goes into effect July 1, 2016.

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