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    New York joins three other states to create gun-tracking database

    Information on gun purchases, permits, and which guns have been used in crimes will now be able to be shared across four states. New York State is joining Connecticut, New Jersey and Rhode Island to create a multi-state database to help fight gun violence. Governor Cuomo announced the move Thursday morning.

    The states have formed what's being called the "States for Gun Safety Coalition." The coalition will allow the states to work together to better share information regarding gun purchases and to trace guns used in crimes. The multi-state database will "supplement the federal National Instant Criminal Background Check System, trace and intercept guns that are used in crimes as well as guns transported across state borders and launch the nation's first Regional Gun Violence Research Consortium." The coalition was created, the press release says, in the face of repeated federal inaction.

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    Another worthless liberal feel good policy.

    Tracking who used what gun to murder someone is,... well anything but proactive.

    And far as I know, its not like the cops go out giving away murder weapons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain man View Post
    Another worthless liberal feel good policy.

    Tracking who used what gun to murder someone is,... well anything but proactive.

    And far as I know, its not like the cops go out giving away murder weapons.
    If that was all it was few would care. But it isn’t. There’s more as they say.

    “Information on gun purchases, permits, and which guns have been used in crimes will now be able to be shared across four states.


    MARYLAND POLICE DETAIN FLORIDA FAMILY FALSELY INSISTING FATHER HAD GUN

    They had just drove the family’s 2012 Ford Expedition through the Fort McHenry Tunnel into Maryland when they noticed the patrol car, which at first paced them, then pulled ahead of them and again got behind them.

    Ten minutes he’s behind us,” John explained. “We weren’t speeding. In fact, lots of other cars were whizzing past.”
    “You know you have a police car behind you, you don’t speed, right?” Kally added.
    “We keep wondering, is he going to do something?” John said.
    Finally, the lights start flashing and John – somewhat anxious to get this ordeal, whatever it’s about, out of the way – pulls over. An officer from the Maryland Transportation Authority Police (MTAP) walked up to the family’s vehicle, requested John’s license and registration, then returned to his patrol car.
    About ten minutes later, according to the Filippidis family, the officer returned and asked John to step out of the car. Once out of the car, the officer instructed John to put his hands behind his back, hook his thumbs together and spread his feet.
    “You own a gun,” the officer said. “Where is it?”
    “At home in my safe,” John replied....

    https://www.guns.com/news/2014/01/21...un-even-though

    Clearly there was no profiling here.

    This is why I care who they share my permit information with.

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