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Arkansas Starts Lawsuit Against ATF

Arkansas Starts Lawsuit Against ATF

The Biden Administration in its efforts to not bother with congress had the ATF pass a rule that redefines who is selling firearms as a business and therefore required to hold a Federal Firearms License.

As you know, FFL's MUST have you ask the .gov for permission to purchase firearms.  Sure, they cloak it as a "background check", but the whole bill of rights was written so a child could understand it on purpose, but the lawyers have to complicate things and pretend that 'infringed' is subjective.

"Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin announced a lawsuit against the Biden administration — specifically the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives — regarding a new rule that, according to the White House, would effectively close what is known as the gun show loophole, or a rule that allows for the sale and trade of weapons at gun shows by unlicensed entities.

"Along with Arkansas, there are 20 other states that have signed on to the lawsuit, which was filed in the Eastern District of Arkansas. They are: Kansas, Iowa, Montana, Alabama, Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wyoming. Griffin said he and Kansas Attorney General Kris Klobach are taking the lead in the lawsuit."

Arkansas Attorney General Tim Griffin announces suit against ATF challenging federal regulation on firearm sales

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