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Canada: Long gun registry, the final legislative push

Friday, March 19, 2010

The controversial rifle and shotgun registry has been pushed even closer to the scrap heap by the Harper government. One simple line in the recent throne speech has all but confirmed that the fate of the long gun registry will be decided during the current session of Parliament: "Our government will continue to support legislation to repeal the wasteful and ineffective long gun registry that targets law abiding farmers and hunters not criminals."

Read Original at: The Windsor Star (Canada)

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