A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit challenging new reporting requirements for gun dealers that the Obama administration says are needed to help staunch the flow of powerful rifles to violent Mexican drug gangs.
Ruling in a suit brought by gun dealers and backed by the National Shooting Sports Foundation as well as the National Rifle Association, U.S. District Judge Rosemary M. Collyer of the D.C. district said Friday that the new rules were a reasonable law enforcement tactic.
Read the rest of Del Quentin Wilber’s article at The Washington Post.
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