Quebec Long-Gun Registry

The National Firearms Association has launched a challenge.
The debate has caused political wedges.
Quebec's long-gun registry bill faces public hearings.
Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard says those votes should be reserved for exceptional cases.
After unanimity among Quebec lawmakers on the proposal, some politicians are starting to have cold feet.
The bill was tabled as survivors from the Polythecnique shooting looked on.
The motion passed by a 106-0 vote and urges Harper to transfer the data to Quebec, which is setting up its own registry. Earlier
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