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Woman’s arrest downtown is latest involving ‘ghost gun’

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The group has said that since ghost guns aren’t regulated under the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ interpretation of federal law and don’t require a serial number, it’s difficult to understand the scope of the problem they pose. Nick Suplina, the group’s managing director for law and policy, said Everytown calls ghost guns “the fastest growing gun safety problem in the United States” because their creation sidesteps federal and state laws.

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