The American Civil Liberties Union moved to file a brief on Friday opposing the state’s motion to dismiss the National Rifle Association’s lawsuit against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state’s top financial regulator.

In a proposed filing with U.S. Magistrate Judge Christian Hummel of the Northern District of New York, the ACLU said the gun-rights lobby’s lawsuit against the state should continue because it addresses free speech rights.

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