The potential clients: Cities and counties across the country — Miami-Dade County among them — that say they want to hold gun manufacturers responsible for tax money spent on police, emergency services, medical care and other costs related to gun violence.

The campaign faces major obstacles, among them the fact that the legal basis for the suits is untested. And because the gun industry is relatively small, the possibility of a tobacco-sized payoff is scant.

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