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When Will The Us Learn From Australia? Stricter Gun Control Laws Save Lives

After our own mass murder, Australia didn't ban guns, but we passed stronger regulations. Gun deaths dropped dramatically

Guardian (UK), Opinion

14 December 2013

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[T]he 1996 reforms made gun laws stronger and uniform across Australia. Semi-automatic rifles were prohibited (with narrow exceptions), and the world's biggest buyback saw nearly 700,000 guns removed from circulation and destroyed…

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