New York City Joins in Amicus Brief Urging Federal Regulation of ‘Ghost Guns’
Eleven cities, including New York City, filed an amicus brief in the Southern District of New York this week to emphasize “the urgent need to regulate” so-called ghost guns, or gun parts that can be “quickly and easily transformed into fully operative guns.”
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