ANDRUS: Use the Notwithstanding Clause to get a grip on revolving-door crime

Lax Liberal laws mean criminals can be arrested, released and offend again, all in the same day. Writer Josh Andrus suggests provincial governments should write the laws they need to protect the public and if the courts don't like it, invoke Section 33.
Lax Liberal laws mean criminals can be arrested, released and offend again, all in the same day. Writer Josh Andrus suggests provincial governments should write the laws they need to protect the public and if the courts don't like it, invoke Section 33.Bauld Insurance
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