Ct. Restudies Matrix Database; Two States Pull Out

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With two more states abandoning a controversial police database and a third backing away, Connecticut lawmakers are trying to determine if its usefulness outweighs privacy concerns, says the Hartford Courant. State Reps. Michael P. Lawlor, co-chairman of the judiciary committee, and Stephen Dargan, co-chairman of the public safety committee, will seek more information on the
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