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Judge Shoots Down Los Angeles Law

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Judge Shoots Down Los Angeles Law

Judge Shoots Down Los Angeles Law

A federal judge has blocked the City of Los Angeles from enforcing one of its laws.

The law requires contractors seeking to do business with the city to disclose their ties to the National Rifle Association.

US District Judge Stephen Wilson on Wednesday issued a preliminary injunction against the law, which took effect on April 1st.

According to Reuters, the law requires companies seeking city contracts to disclose its NRA contracts or sponsorship.

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