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The federal government will have to rewrite the law if it wants to restart citizenship revocation proceedings against more than 300 people whose cases were tossed out, Toronto immigration lawyer Matthew Jeffery tells the Globe and Mail. Federal Court Justice Russell Zinn nullified the attempts to strip the immigrants of their status after an earlier decision by Justice Jocelyne Gagné struck down key parts of the Citizenship Act enacted by the previous government led by former prime minister Stephen Harper. Jeffery,…