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National Firearms Non-Agreement: Should kids have ‘permits’, ‘licences’ or no guns at all?

Not one state government is prepared to say when it will fully comply with post-Port Arthur reforms, according to an ABC survey of state and territory ministers.

Instead many have disagreed with a report from University of Sydney academic Associate Professor Philip Alpers, which sets out areas where each state laws fall short of the National Firearms Agreement. This agreement, widely known as the NFA, sets out minimum gun regulations in areas such as children’s licences and restricted access to more powerful weapons. Pest 5eLast week Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said his government and the states were “absolutely united in our commitment” to the…

ABC News asked each of the state and territory governments and oppositions to state when they intended their jurisdiction would fully comply with the…

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