The bill, which still needs Senate approval, passed 81-35 over the objection of a number of lawmakers who say it will hamper the ability of police to solve crimes.
But supporters note the bill is supported by the state's sheriffs, and say it would prevent police from profiling innocent gun owners, or some potentially larger move by government to target them for harassment or take their guns away.
The bill would impose fines up to $5 million for any police or other government agency that continues to maintain such a database.
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