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US U.S. states sue to block White House from allowing 3-D-printed guns

02:40  24 january  2020
02:40  24 january  2020 Source:   reuters.com

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A federal judge in Washington State on Tuesday blocked the Trump administration from allowing blueprints for making plastic guns on 3 - D printers Defense Distributed sued the State Department in 2015, spurring years of rulings and appeals until June 2018, when the State Department reversed

Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson (D) is planning to file a multistate lawsuit Monday to block the Trump administration from allowing criminals and terrorists to access downloadable plans for 3 D printed weapons that are untraceable and undetectable. Washington, along with seven other

(Reuters) - Twenty U.S. states and the District of Columbia sued the Trump administration on Thursday to block what they called its latest effort to allow blueprints for making guns from 3-D printers to be released on the internet.

a hand holding a video game remote control: A 3-D printed gun in Austin, Texas, U.S. August 1, 2018. REUTERS/Kelly West © Reuters/Stringer . A 3-D printed gun in Austin, Texas, U.S. August 1, 2018. REUTERS/Kelly West

The complaint was filed with the federal court in Seattle, after the government published final agency rules earlier in the day allowing the necessary files to be posted, the states said.

In November, a federal judge in Seattle struck down an earlier administration effort to allow blueprints to be posted, citing the State Department's prior view that it could threaten foreign policy and national security by enabling criminals, including terrorists, to obtain firearms.

The State Department and the Department of Justice, which represented that agency in the earlier case, did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

(Reporting by Jonathan Stempel in New York; Editing by Leslie Adler)

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