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Maryland supplemental budget included $4.6m for 'Gun Center'

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ANNAPOLIS -- Gov. Martin O'Malley is asking for $4.6 million in his supplemental budget to create a "Gun Center" that would help police implement new gun restrictions expected to pass the legislature. The Gun Center would hire nine new state troopers and 20 office clerks to help implement O'Malley's sweeping gun control bill, which would require permits and finger printing for all new handgun...

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