A U.S. judge in Seattle blocked the Trump administration Monday from allowing a Texas company to publish online plans for creating untraceable 3D guns, agreeing with 19 states and also the District of Columbia that such accessibility plastic guns would pose a security alarm risk.

The states sued to quit an agreement how the government had reached with Austin, Texas-based Defense Distributed, saying guidelines regarding how to print undetectable plastic guns could be acquired by felons or terrorists.

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