"CCRF Will Stand With and Defend San Diego County Business Owner Who Has Been Criminally Charged in Covid -19 Lockdown Case!"

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"Peter San Nicolas, small business owner of the Ramona Fitness Center and patriot is fighting against the lockdown and needs your support. It’s not only for his business but thousands of other small businesses effected by the lockdown. Who will stand and who’ll fight against this overreach of our government? Will you join together with me and the CCRF to give us American Small Business owners our livelihoods back? I believe that many small businesses are afraid to stand up because they’ve been threatened by the governments blatant over reaching orders. I am the first small business to be targeted and charged here in San Diego County. We need to unite and fight for ALL small business. Proceeds will be donated to the California Constitutional Rights Foundation which is fighting for all small businesses in California."

Peter San Nicolas and CCRF Lawyer Gary Creep speaks about this case

 California Magazine Ban Case (Duncan v.s. Becerra)

CCRF contributes to Big 2nd Amendment win as Federal Court Tosses California’s Ban on High Capacity Magazines.

 

The California Constitutional Rights Foundation with other organizations had filed an Amicus Brief in the appeal of the case Duncan v.s. Beccera.  Virginia Duncan, et al, had originally sued Xavier Beccerra, California’s Attorney General on the basis that California’s High Capacity magazine ban was a violation of 2nd Amendment Rights.   On March 29, 2019 US District Court Judge Roger T. Benitez originally ruled in favor of Virginia Duncan that The large Capacity magazine ban was unconstitutional and a violation of 2nd Amendment Rights. Shortly after, Beccera appealed for the State of California.  Last Friday, August 14, 2020, A 3 Judge Panel, in what may become a landmark ruling, affirmed Judge Benitez original ruling that The large Capacity Magazine Ban was unconstitutional.

 

The State of California is putting our Small Business owned Restaurants out of Business with the unfair Covid-19 Restrictions.

 

The California Constitutional Rights Foundation, a dba of Poll Watchers is taking the lead with courageous restaurateurs in Nevada county are leading the fight to help Sacramento understand that there must be a solution to the virus that get restaurants open again.

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"CCRF Will Stand With and Defend Dan Diego County Business Owner Who Has Been Criminally Charged in Covid -19 Lockdown Case!"

San Diego County Businesses are Uniting Now to REOPEN!!!

Governor Newsome's New “Slower” Covid-19 Guidelines will make it impossible for Businesses to open and return to normal. These Covid-19 Restriction will put Our businesses out of business.

The California Constitutional Rights Foundation, a dba of Poll Watchers, is helping San Diego County Business Owners lead the fight to help Sacramento understand that Our Businesses must OPEN TO SURVIVE!