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Gun Policy News

Canada

21 November 2010

Globe & Mail (Toronto)

OTTAWA - An independent cost-benefit analysis of Conservative legislation to kill the federal long-gun registry has found the public savings could amount to just over $1.5-million annually – and that there are only two good reasons to scrap the program. One is a reduced burden on gun owners. The other is a lighter load for taxpayers. But in contrast to the tens of millions of dollars in savings estimated by the Conservative government, the 2009 analysis for the RCMP... (GunPolicy.org)

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