2 NDP MPs back final Commons vote to kill gun registry

Two NDP MPs broke party ranks to vote with the government Wednesday night in the final House of Commons vote in favour of scrapping the long-gun registry.

Bruce Hyer, MP for Thunder Bay-Superior North, and John Rafferty, MP for Thunder Bay-Rainy River, voted with the Conservative Party on a bill that will end the long-gun registration requirement.

Bill C-19 passed 159 to 130 and now goes to the Senate for another round of votes and committee hearings.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/story/2012/02/15/pol-gun-registry.html

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