"Well, we used to have knives--a lot of them. But a few days before Christmas, we received a letter from management that we had to remove all of our knives from the sale floor. Apparently, New York State told us that we couldn't sell knives or utility knives anymore...."Read more »
WEAPONS such as knuckledusters, flick knives and stun guns would become much harder to import under a re-elected Gillard government.
Switching the election focus to law and order, Labor will release a list of 22 weapons it will effectively ban.
Home Affairs Minister Brendan O'Connor told the Herald Sun it would help make streets safer.
"It will mean fewer fatalities and injuries by knives and other weapons," he said.Read more »
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