NRA Says LA Can't Force Companies To Reveal Ties To Group

Law360 (April 24, 2019, 7:25 PM EDT) -- The National Rifle Association of America says Los Angeles violated the Constitution by passing a local ordinance this year requiring prospective city contractors to reveal any contracts with or sponsorship of the gun rights group, according to a suit filed Wednesday in California federal court.

The NRA, on behalf of itself and an anonymous city contractor, sued the city of Los Angeles for allegedly contravening the First and 14th amendments in mid-February when Mayor Eric Garcetti signed Ordinance 186000, which “requires those seeking to do business with the city to fully and accurately disclose any and all contracts with or sponsorship...

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April 23, 2019

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