A county law that forces gun dealers to comply with the same regulations as sellers of other secondhand merchandise steps on the state's toes, according to the Maryland attorney general. The ordinance, adopted by the County Council last year, imposes licensing, fees and other requirements on secondhand vendors, including licensed firearms dealers. But merchants who sell the firearms argue that they're already under the gun from state and federal regulators.
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