On Friday, shortly after Florida passed a new gun legislation, the National Rifle Association filed a lawsuit against the state.
According to the Associated Press, the new lawsuit asks a federal judge to stop the law from going into effect.
The NRA believes that the part of the bill that raises the age limit to buy all firearms from 18 to 21 should be removed.
The gun company believes that the new law violates the Second Amendment.
“This blanket ban violates the fundamental rights of thousands of responsible, law-abiding Florida citizens and is thus invalid under the Second and Fourteenth Amendments,” the lawsuit reads.
Florida GOP Gov. Rick Scott signed the bill into law on Friday that will raise the age limit on when one can purchase a firearm. The new law also implements a three-day waiting period for the purchase of most long guns and bans bump stocks, among other regulations.
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