A unanimous U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday revived the National Rifle Association’s First Amendment lawsuit against an ex-New York regulator over her alleged efforts to get insurers and banks to cut ties with the gun group after a 2018 mass school shooting.

The high court said the gun rights group’s lawsuit “plausibly alleges” that former New York Department of Financial Services Superintendent Maria T. Vullo illegally coerced institutions to sever their relationships with the NRA over its pro-gun message following the shooting in Parkland, Florida.