The National Rifle Association mounted a legal challenge against New York’s coronavirus restrictions on Thursday, arguing the mandates are unconstitutionally vague and have required the closing of gun stores.

The federal lawsuit comes nearly two weeks after Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued sweeping orders that mandated “nonessential” workers stay home, a move that forced many businesses to close statewide and wreaked financial havoc on certain industries.

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