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22 January 2007

Canadian Press

OTTAWA — A year after the federal Conservatives won power promising to abolish the gun registry, the program is still running — and any hope of killing it before the next election appears to be fading. Even gun enthusiasts who have long railed against the long-gun registry have lost faith that Prime Minister Stephen Harper can muster the votes to do away with it in the current minority Parliament. "The best thing to do would be to forget about it," David... (

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