Traders Sports and its customers sued San Leandro over Measure H, a local tax on businesses that sell concealable guns and ammunition. The company argued that the tax was invalid because it was put on the ballot by a 4-3 City Council vote — not the two-thirds majority required by Prop 62.

Although Prop 62 says that charter cities must comply, the two-thirds requirement doesn’t, in fact, apply to them, wrote Justice Ignazio Ruvolo. Justices Paul Haerle and James Lambden concurred.

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