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Friday, April 30, 2004
: # 9:58:00 PM
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My wife pointed something out to me. B.C. Premier Gordon Campbell
said today of striking Health Employees' Union members—who are walking out of work in escalating job action over the next few days—and of their other supporters: "They should be obeying the law."
Uh, Gord? Obeying the law is not something
you should be saying too much about, mmkay?
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