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Gun Policy News, 23 October 1998


23 October 1998

Sydney Morning Herald

The Deputy National Party leader, Mr Anderson, has accused the Carr Government of going too far in its administration of gun control laws. He claimed this had contributed to the defection of National Party voters to One Nation in the Federal election. In a stinging attack on the State Government, he accused it of playing "contemptuous" politics on gun control during the campaign, and said its laws should be wound back. During an extensive interview with the Herald,... (

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23 October 1998

Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Actor Michael Douglas lead a candlelight vigil in the capital urging the United States to pay all back dues to the United Nations, a move vetoed by the president earlier this week after a bill linked the payments with abortion restrictions. Douglas, named the U.N.'s Messenger of Peace in July, said he is constantly asked about the United States' failure to pay its arrears to the United Nations when he is promoting movies around the world. "As an... (

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