LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has upheld the City of Los Angeles decision to force gun stores to close.
The City considers gun shops a non-essential business during the pandemic.
Several gun stores and a gun-rights group sued and requested a temporary restraining order allowing the shops to reopen.
The City Attorney says the request has been rejected by a judge.
Coronavirus: Judge upholds decision to keep gun stores closed in Los Angeles
The City of Los Angeles considers gun shops a non-essential business during the pandemic.
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