A series of documents that state officials from New York have wanted to withhold from the National Rifle Association in its lawsuit against Gov. Andrew Cuomo and a state agency will be reviewed by a federal judge in the coming weeks and could ultimately be disclosed to the gun lobby group.

A federal judge in Albany ordered attorneys for the state, in a new decision, to submit those documents to him for review, along with a detailed log on why they should remain privileged. 

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