For San Francisco-area anti-gun activists, getting Proposition H passed by voters Tuesday was their half of the battle. Now it’s City Attorney Dennis Herrera’s fight.

The city attorney — re-elected without opposition on Tuesday — played no part in drafting the initiative but has the job of defending it. And it looks like he’ll be facing a lot of the same tactics that shot down a similar city law more than 20 years ago.

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