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Gun Policy News


30 October 2002

New Zealand Herald

CANBERRA — A tide of anger sweeping across Australia following the Bali bombing and the campus shooting that last week killed two Melbourne students has hardened support for tougher gun laws. Six years ago, after Martin Bryant slaughtered 35 people at Port Arthur in Tasmania, Prime Minister John Howard spoke at public meetings in an armoured vest to swing opinion toward a ban on semi-automatic rifles and shotguns. After spending A$320 million ($365 million) to buy... (

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