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Gun Policy News, 15 January 2007


15 January 2007

Macleans (Canada)

OTTAWA — The gun registry might not be gone just yet. But as they await that development, opponents of gun control can thank Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day for throwing them a small bone — the further postponement of long-delayed legislation regulating gun shows. The beleaguered Gun Shows Regulations have been idling in statutory limbo since being introduced by the Liberal government in 1998. Originally part of the gun control package that included the... (

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15 January 2007

New Haven Register (Connecticut)

The sad truth is that death can be very effective in reviving certain types of legislation. Take, for example, a bill that would make it a crime for Connecticut gun owners to fail to report the theft or loss of a firearm. The bill was prompted by a rising level of urban gun violence and complaints from Connecticut law enforcement about their frustrating attempts to halt the flow of firearms into the streets. Police and federal officers said that their attempts to... (

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15 January 2007

Manila Standard

Former Batangas Gov. Antonio Leviste has surrendered the license of the .380-cal. pistol that he had used in shooting an aide allegedly in self-defense, Makati City's chief of police said yesterday. Supt. Gilbert Cruz said Leviste sent the license through a representative for verification ahead of the filing of a homicide case against him. "We will file a homicide case today at the prosecutors' office," Cruz said, adding the case could be elevated to murder if the... (

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15 January 2007

Post-Courier (Port Moresby)

Two police highway patrol units were ambushed in the war-ravaged Nebilyer Valley on Friday morning and an AR15 assault rifle was seized by heavily armed warriors. The police cars were returning to Mt Hagen after escorting highway trucks bound for resource projects in the Southern Highlands Province when they were confronted by armed warriors. It is not the first time policemen were stripped of firearms in this notorious area. In early 2006, Mendi-based mobile squad 10... (

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