(Washington, DC) -- Rhode Island Congressman David Cicilline [[ SISS-uh-LEE-nee ]] is introducing a bill to ban 3D printed guns. The Democrat says the legislation, to be unveiled in the House on Tuesday, will prohibit the 3D printing of plastic firearms that cannot be detected by commonly used security checkpoints. The bill comes after a federal judge allowed a Texas nonprofit to resume posting blueprints for 3D-printed guns. The Congressman calls the weapons a disaster waiting to happen.
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