Damon Root at reason.com is reporting on what could be another interesting development in California. Fyock v. City of Sunnyvale has been winding its way through the lower courts. The plaintiffs argue that the city’s high capacity magazine ban is unconstitutional. So far, they’ve been unpersuasive. The plaintiffs’ latest move was to ask the SCOTUS (specifically Justice Anthony Kennedy who oversees the ninth circuit) for an emergency stay in order to preserve their 2A rights while the case is pending. As Root writes, “Something in that emergency motion appears to have caught Kennedy’s attention, because earlier today the justice asked the city of Sunnyvale to submit a response to him by 3 P.M. on Wednesday. Is Kennedy seriously entertaining the idea of putting the ban on hold while the case is fought out in court? We should have an answer later this week.” Watch this space.