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3 November 2006

Canadian Press

OTTAWA — Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day says he still wants to abolish the federal long-gun registry because it's inefficient and costs too much to operate. But he couldn't tell a parliamentary committee Thursday exactly how much money the Conservative government hopes to save by killing the program. The RCMP, which administers the registry, was also hesitant to come to a bottom line. There are rough estimates, however, that the savings could be less than... (GunPolicy.org)

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