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Colorado gun group sues state over 'ghost gun' ban


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Dec 13, 2006
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Rocky Mountain Gun Owners say a new law in Colorado 'is an outright assault on the constitutional rights of peaceable Coloradans'​

A Colorado group known for leading the charge to protect and preserve the Second Amendment announced on Monday it is suing the state over a law banning "ghost guns," saying it is unconstitutional.

The Rocky Mountain Gun Owners said in a press release that they filed a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the newly enacted homemade firearm ban with hopes of overturning the ban because it infringes on Second Amendment rights.

"This law is an outright assault on the constitutional rights of peaceable Coloradans," Taylor D. Rhodes, the executive director of the Rocky Mountain Gun Owners said. "It’s not just an overreach; it’s a direct defiance to our Second Amendment freedoms."

Senate Bill 23-279, which was signed into law by Colorado Gov. Jared Polis and went into effect on Monday, bans the possession, transport, purchase and ownership of gun frames and receivers that are not stamped with serial numbers.

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