Michigan Joins Coalition Challenging Trump Administration’s Effort to Allow 3D Printed Guns
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is joining a coalition challenging the Trump administration’s efforts to allow 3D printed gun files to be posted on the internet.
Twenty states and Washington, D.C. have joined in the lawsuit.
Nessel says the files would allow for unregistered, untraceable firearms to be made—also referred to as “ghost guns.”
The Trump administration has already lost in court once in an attempt to allow 3D printed gun files.
They’re now trying to publish new rules that would transfer regulation of the guns from the state department to the Department of Commerce.
Nessel says the administration is subjecting Michigan residents to the wills of extremists.