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Bryon Burdick uses a tattoo gun to create a tattoo for Matt Riske during a session Tuesday at Darkside Tattoo's. Burdick is co-owner of the business. Herald photo by Eric Hylden.

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Grand Forks public health officials are cracking down on tattoo "privateers" operating out of unlicensed home or apartment parlors, undercutting the business of the city's four licensed tattoo operations and potentially risking the spread of hepatitis and other diseases.

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