Judge orders restraining order against Superior gun ownership group

A U.S. District Court judge on Friday issued a temporary restraining order to Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, barring the town of Superior from enforcing a recently enacted ordinance against certain types of assault weapons. Stopped.

The ordinance passed in June also restricts the possession and discharge of firearms, the possession and sale of illegal weapons and the carrying of concealed weapons.

In a statement released on social media Friday, RMGO Executive Director Taylor Rhodes called the temporary restraining order “a huge win for gun rights in the state of Colorado.” A gun ownership group is also suing the town.

“Today’s judge confirmed what we already knew to be true, that under the Second Amendment and the Braun decision, the Town of Superior has no leg to stand on,” Rhodes’ statement continued. Stayed.