New York state has filed a motion to dismiss a lawsuit from the National Rifle Association over the state’s efforts to drive a wedge between insurers and the gun-rights group.

It’s the second time the state filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit, after arguing in a previous filing that the state’s actions have done nothing to infringe on the NRA’s free speech rights. The new motion to dismiss is in response to an amended complaint filed by the NRA last month.

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