Open carry activists warned a Dallas suburb that it will face a second federal lawsuit over changes to an ordinance that banned their armed members from handing out the Constitution to motorists.

Open Carry Tarrant County and its coordinator, Kory Watkins, sued Arlington in May in Fort Worth Federal Court, challenging the city’s “Streets and Sidewalks” ordinance.

The City Council banned the handing of literature to motorists at streets with significant traffic and imposed fines of $500 per citation.

Open Carry holds “group walks” in which members hand out pocket-sized copies of the Constitution to passersby and motorists while carrying rifles and other guns.

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