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Trace data amendment rejected.

The Senate Appropriations Committee rejected an amendment to a spending bill (HR 5672) by anti-gun Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) to grant mayors like New York City's Michael Bloomberg access to ATF trace data. The best argument for limiting the data to law enforcement is Bloomberg's recent ill-advised use of data to conduct so-called "stings" of out-of-state dealers to create evidence for a civil lawsuit. Bloomberg's publicity stunt interfered with as many as 18 ongoing criminal investigations, possibly imperiling the lives of law enforcement officers, witnesses and law-abiding dealers.--Courtesy NSSF
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Title Annotation:VIEWS, NEWS AND REVIEWS
Publication:Guns Magazine
Date:Nov 1, 2006
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