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Loophole means some Marylanders with criminal records can keep guns

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Maryland has two separate databases for gun owners and criminals, but their inability to communicate means law enforcement officials have a hard time figuring out whether a gun-toting criminal should even have a firearm in the first place. The state's criminal database, the Criminal Justice Information System, contains crime arrest and conviction records and uses fingerprints to identify...