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Gun control groups file lawsuit to force NJ attorney general to report on 'smart guns'

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

A dozen years ago, New Jersey became the focus of a national debate by passing a law requiring guns sold in the state to be equipped with technology that recognizes the owner and only allows that person to fire the weapon.

Read the article: The Star-Ledger

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