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7 October 2010

National Post (Toronto)

OTTAWA — A New Democrat who formerly opposed the federal long-gun registry will table a private member's bill Friday that he hopes will make the database more palatable to rural Canadians by decriminalizing failure to sign up. Charlie Angus, MP for Timmins-James Bay in northern Ontario, was among six New Democrats who helped save the gun registry by withdrawing their support last month for a Conservative backbencher's bill to scrap it. Mr. Angus said Thursday that... (

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