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2 September 2010

Toronto Star (Ontario)

OTTAWA — Some rural and northern New Democrat MPs may stay away from the upcoming vote on the long-gun registry, a move that could save the controversial program, the Star has learned. The about-face is driven in part by tactics the Conservative government is employing as it tries to build support for killing the registry. One Conservative MP has accused Canada's police chiefs of plotting to use the registry to seize Canadians' rifles and shotguns. "You've got the... (

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