Well, it didn't take long for a suit to be filed to overturn Chicago's new gun laws. Let the games begin.......AGAIN! CHICAGO (AP) — A federal lawsuit has been filed against the city of Chicago asking the city's new gun control ordinance be declared "null and void." A group of people, including the Illinois Association of Firearms Retailers, filed the lawsuit Tuesday, saying the new ordinance infringes on their constitutional rights. The plaintiffs want the city prohibited from enforcing the new measure. Chicago aldermen passed the ordinance Friday, four days after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Americans have the right to have handguns anywhere for self-defense. That ruling makes the city's 28-year-old ban on such weapons unenforceable. The new ordinance bans gun shops in Chicago and prohibits gun owners from stepping outside their homes, even onto their porches or in their garages, with a handgun.