NJ sues Florida firms over information on gun magazine sales

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TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal says that two Florida companies failed to comply with subpoenas seeking records about the sale of large-capacity gun magazines in the state.

Magazines over 10 rounds are barred in New Jersey. The Democratic attorney general says the companies sold high-capacity magazines into the state, and then ceased sales when asked. But the companies failed to turn over information about other sales the state was asking about.

\Messages seeking comment have been left with Elite Aluminum, of Holly Hill, Florida, and 22Mods4All, of Longwood, Florida.

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