(Ashleigh Joplin, Jorge Ribas/The Washington Post)
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Database helps identify those who should no longer legally own guns
California is the only state using the Armed and Prohibited Person System, a tool used by law enforcement officers to help seize legally obtained guns from felons, the mentally ill or someone who poses a risk to public safety.
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