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Microstamping is not a panacea to crime

Monday, June 20, 2011

The June 14 column by Albany Mayor Jerry Jennings, state Sen. Daniel Squadron, and Assemblyman Brian Kavanagh calling on the state Senate to adopt microstamping legislation was rife with misinformation. Microstamping is presented as some sort of panacea to curbing gun related crime, but it is flawed technology at best, with limited or no potential for crime solving.

Read Original at: The Times Union (Albany, N.Y.)

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