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Summary: Gun control group and California sued the ATF, attempting to redefine so-called "80% receivers" as firearm receivers. FPC is intervening on behalf of itself and its members, who include producers, sellers, buyers, and possessors of non-firearm objects to ensure that their rights and interests are protected.

Applicant Intervenors: Zachary Fort, Frederick Barton, Blackhawk Manufacturing Group, Inc., and Firearms Policy Coalition, Inc.

Plaintiffs: State of California, Bryan Muehlberger, Frank Blackwell, and Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence

Defendants: BATFE, Regina Lombardo as Acting Director of the BATFE, US-DOJ, Attorney General William Barr

Litigation Counsel: Cody J. Wisniewski, George Lee

Docket: N.D. CA case no. 3:20-cv-06761 | CourtListener Docket

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Key Events & Filings:

2021-5-21: Order Granting Stipulation to Stay Case

2021-5-20: Applicants' Response to Stipulation

2021-5-20: Stipulation to Stay Case

2021-4-9: Order of Temporary Stay of Case

2021-1-25: Reply in Support of Polymer80 Motion to Intervene

2021-1-14: Plaintiffs' Opposition to Polymer80 Motion to Intervene

2021-1-11: Reply in Support of Motion to Dismiss

2021-1-4: Defendant's Non-Opposition to Polymer80 Motion to Intervene

2020-12-30: Opposition to Motion to Dismiss

2020-12-22: Reply in Support of FPC Motion to Intervene

2020-12-21: Polymer80 Motion to Intervene

2020-12-15: Plaintiffs' Opposition to FPC Motion to Intervene

2020-12-8: Defendants' Response to FPC Motion to Intervene

2020-11-30: Motion to Dismiss

2020-11-24: Motion to Intervene

2020-11-24: Memorandum in Support

Related News Releases:

2021-3-2: Court to Decide FPC Intervention Motion Following Hearing in California v. ATF Lawsuit

2020-11-24: FPC Moves to Intervene in California v. ATF Gun Control Lawsuit Seeking to Compel Federal Re-Definition of “Firearm”