The board, prior to the lawsuit, passed a nonbinding resolution labeling the lobbying group as a “domestic terrorist organization,” claiming it has blocked gun reform legislation. The NRA claims the resolution will result in a “blacklisting” and could harm its freedom of repression. Mayor London Breed said the resolution does not limit contracts with those doing business with the NRA.Last modified on Tuesday, 22 October 2019
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San Fran, NRA Exchange Shots Over 'Terrorist' Designation
San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera asked a federal judge to throw out a lawsuit filed by the NRA, which accuses the city’s Board of Supervisors of infringing on its First Amendment rights. So reports The San Francisco Chronicle.
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