A judge has barred New York City from operating a law enforcement database that would track transactions by pawnbrokers and other businesses selling secondhand goods.

Bronx Supreme Court Justice Mitchell Danziger said a challenge brought by a loanbrokers’ association and individual pawnbrokers has enough likelihood of success to warrant a preliminary injunction against enforcing the city law that established the database.

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