Australia's tough gun laws being weakened

By Nick O'Malley
Updated October 5 2017 - 4:41am, first published 12:24am
HANDED IN: All Australian states have succumbed to pressure from gun owners or the parties that represent them to water down some aspects of the agreement, according to the study.

Australia's tough gun laws have been significantly watered down by state governments since they were introduced under the National Firearms Agreement in the days after the Port Arthur Massacre in 1996, a new study has found.



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