:::UPDATE! IMPORTANT!!! CAUTION!::::
On Friday, 4/24/2020, the 9th Circuit Court has "stayed" the injunction. This means that background checks on ammunition transfers are required. Basically, it is back to the way it was before the injunction. Online sales have to be shipped to dealers in California, dealers have to conduct a background check on transfer, etc.
Please take the time to read the article below and the judge's decision, but understand that the ammunition background check section of Prop 63 is still in effect.
The Court moved uncharacteristically and unbelievably fast.
Case Name: Rhode et al v. Becerra et al
Case Number: 3:18-cv-00802-BEN-JLB
Document Number: 66
ORDER of USCA as to  Notice of Interlocutory Appeal to the 9th Circuit filed by Xavier Becerra. The USCA has received appellant's emergency motion for a stay. The request for an immediate administrative stay is granted. The USDC's April 23, 2020 preliminary injunction order is temporarily stayed pending further court order. The USCA will address the emergency stay motion by separate order.
The party is over.....for now.
Check out the original story below.