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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Adam Snyder
Maryland gun clubs and advocates are asking a judge to stop the state police from using other agency employees to process a massive backlog of gun applications — a practice they say compromises gun owners' personal information.
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"The participating State employees were trained on the importance of treating the application information confidentially and are bound by the conditions of State service to do so," Mr. Snyder wrote.
"The [state police have] taken steps to ensure that the confidentiality of applicants' personal information is maintained throughout the data-entry process," wrote Adam Snyder, chief counsel to the attorney general, in a decision issued this week.