Gun control advocates trash feds’ bill, but it’s probably a winner anyway, say pollsters
Voters who don’t like guns often are not ‘particularly bothered around the nuances of some of these things,’ says Shachi Kurl.
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair has been the face of the government's gun control agenda since the last election. His long-awaited bill to make good on the party's gun control promises from that election campaign has been harshly criticized by advocates on both sides of the issue. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade