Federal judge: No need for injunction to block state law limiting the size of ammunition magazines…(Sheriffs Pull They’re Lawsuit!!)
DENVER – A federal judge in Denver did not block the new Colorado state law that limits the size of ammunition magazines Wednesday.
Both parties reached an agreement Tuesday at 9:30 p.m. and the sheriffs withdrew their request for an injunction, a spokesperson for the sheriffs told 7NEWS Reporter Tyler Lopez.
Instead, the sheriffs are asking the Colorado Attorney General’s office to redraft tactical guidance on how the magazine limit should be enforced.
“Being able to agree to that, we hope, will move things along, let us move on to discussing the Second Amendment aspects of this case in the future,” said Dan Domenico, the Solicitor General for the State of Colorado.
The sheriffs decided not to pursue a preliminary injunction for expanded background checks, given the complexity of the new law and limited time at Wednesday’s hearing.