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Wednesday, April 27, 2005

MADD - Disconect between Campbell and Impaired Driving Laws

MADD released a letter today sent to both Carole James and Gordon Campbell. The letter stated clearly the need to address the "Half measures" taken by the Campbell government.
"With respect to the B.C. Government's heralded impaired driving legislation, MADD Canada views the measures taken as 'half-steps.' Mr. Murie explains that for nearly two years, MADD Canada supporters were promised first by the Premier, and then by Solicitor General Rich Coleman and others, that the B.C. Government was going to be innovative and bold in its fight against impaired driving."

"Somewhere between the promises of the Premier and the drafting of the legislation, there was a disconnect -- and all we got was a half-step." MADD Canada CEO Andrew Murie, April 27, 2005

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