Colorado Outfitters Association v Hickenlooper

Association and several other entities and a group of sheriffs challenged Colorado’s background check and large capacity magazine bans. The district court ultimately ruled at least on plaintiff had standing and granted judgment to Hickenlooper. The panela vacated and remanded with instructions to dismiss. It held that even in the light most favorable to plaintiffs, none have standing as none can prove imminent prosecution as all allege they are obeying the law or at most will someday do something that could trigger prosecution which is too speculative.