NRA Members Fight Pittsburgh Lost-Or-Stolen Ordinance

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Attorney Meghan Jones-Rolla talks to Cam Edwards about a case in which she is representing NRA members in their defense of the Second Amendment. She and her clients continue to work to challenge the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania lost-or-stolen ordinance in court because it violates state firearms pre-emption law. Last year the case was thrown out on the grounds that the NRA members lacked standing, but Jones-Rolla is hopeful that the three-judge panel who just heard their appeal will rule differently. She comments on the fact that proponents of the ordinance argued for its necessity, but it has now been around since 2008 without ever being used.