The National Rifle Association (NRA) was given unanimous backing by the GOP in a lawsuit they launched against North Carolina governor Roy Cooper over his “unlawful” gun order last year. The lawsuit seeks to block the Governor’s order that bans guns from certain public spaces and effectively overturn a previously passed law that allowed anyone to legally carry guns in such areas. According to the NRA, the Governor’s order is a violation of the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution. They believe the Governor does not have the authority to dictate such regulations independently, as this could lead to further restrictions on gun ownership in the state. The case is expected to be heard in court soon, and the outcome could have implications for similar gun restrictions in other states across the country.