Summary: Federal lawsuit challenging President Trump's ban on "bump stock" devices by executive fiat
Plaintiffs: Damien Guedes, Firearms Policy Foundation, Madison Society Foundation, Florida Carry, Inc., MO state Rep. Shane Roden
Defendants: Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, ATF Acting Director Thomas Brandon, United States of America
Litigation Counsel: Joshua Prince, Esq. and Adam Kraut, Esq.
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Related Press Releases:
- December 26, 2018: FPF adds Florida Carry and Missouri State Rep. Shane Roden as Plaintiffs in Bump-Stock Lawsuit
- December 18, 2018: Federal Lawsuit Filed Challenging Trump Bump-Stock Ban
- June 27, 2018: Attorneys for FPC, FPF file 923-page opposition to ATF's illegal 'bump-stock' ban proposal, demand hearing - http://bit.ly/fpc-2018-6-27-bumpstock-regs-opposition
- Feb. 26, 2018: President Trump Says He Will ‘Write Out’ Bump Stocks Without Congress; Two Second Amendment Groups Initiate Legal Action to Oppose Ban - http://bit.ly/fpc-2018-2-26-trump-bumpstocks
- Feb. 20, 2018: FPC Calls President Trump’s ‘Bump Stock’ Ban “Lawless” - http://bit.ly/fpc-2018-2-20-trump-ban-lawless
- Jan. 25, 2018: FPC Says ATF ‘Bump Stock’ Regulation Proposal is “Illegal” - http://bit.ly/fpc-2018-1-25-bumpstock-ban-illegal
- Oct. 6, 2017: Firearms Policy Coalition Repudiates Proposed Bans on Semi-Automatic Firearms and Accessories, Including “Bump Fire” Stocks - http://bit.ly/fpc-2017-10-6-bumpstocks
2018-12-18: ATF/DOJ Final Rule Banning Bump-Stock Devices