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15 September 2010

Chronicle Herald (Nova Scotia)

REGINA — Federal NDP Leader Jack Layton says enough votes will be coming from his party to potentially save the controversial long-gun registry. "My commitment to Canadians was to put forward an approach to fix the registry," Layton said Tuesday as he emerged from a party caucus meeting in Regina. "After our discussions, an overwhelming majority of our rural caucus is supporting my approach and I know that this is going to work." A Conservative private member's... (

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