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Advertising ‘gag law’ nixed

Supporters of B.C.’s political parties are free to spend as much as they want on advertising.

Supporters of B.C.’s political parties are free to spend as much as they want on advertising.

The B.C. Supreme Court rejected a bid by the B.C. Attorney General’s office to delay an earlier decision allowing unlimited third-party advertising in the 60-day pre-election period.

CUPE B.C., which usually spends on advertising supporting pro-labour candidates, is one of the organizations that challenged the so-called “gag law.”

 
 
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