The National Rifle Association, in a new filing late Aug. 24, said the state’s argument in a motion to dismiss the gun lobby’s lawsuit this month is a “red herring” and urged a federal judge to reject the motion.

The NRA argued in the filing before U.S. Magistrate Judge Christian Hummel of the Northern District of New York that its lawsuit is about more than an insurance program called Carry Guard, which the state has placed particular focus on in public statements and its motion earlier this month.

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