The National Rifle Association is going to court in a bid to block a statewide vote on Initiative 1639, the gun safety initiative, by challenging as "fraudulent" ballot petitions on which advocates collected 378,085 signatures.
The suits were filed within minutes of when Secretary of State Kim Wyman certified I-1639 for the state's November ballot.
The Gun Lobby has claimed that the print was so small that those signing ballot petitions that the initiative was unreadable. "This challenge maintains that because the initiative petitions were incorrectly printed, there isn't a valid signature on them," claimed Gottlieb.
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