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United States

1 August 2006

New York Sun

In what Mayor Bloomberg is hailing as an "unprecedented" agreement, the city will pay for a court-appointed supervisor to monitor the activities of two Georgia gun dealerships that his administration sued as part of its fight against illegal firearms. The supervisor, called a "special master," will have broad powers to scrutinize the dealers for compliance with gun laws, including access to records, the ability to install video cameras in their shops, and to conduct... (GunPolicy.org)

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