NY City, State Reps Battle Over Retention of ID Card Documents

, New York Law Journal

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New York City and Republican state representatives who sued to block the destruction of records related to the city's municipal ID program are battling in court over whether destroying the records would jeopardize public safety and if retaining them would leave the information vulnerable to hacking.

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Originally appeared in print as Hearing Airs Arguments on Legality of Destroying City ID Records

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  • Jonathan

    Considering the flagrant violation of law manifested by the presence of "undocumented immigrants" in this country, I can only imagine the reaction of the left in this country if right leaning municipalities advocated the destruction of gun registration records in the face of any attempt to outlaw gun ownership.

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