A coalition of state attorneys general want the Trump administration to immediately act to remove files from the internet that can be used to make guns with a 3-D printer.

The attorneys general, including New York’s Barbara Underwood, said in the letter that the availability of those files is “a manufactured crisis” created by the U.S. State Department when it chose to allow a company to post them online.

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