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Came across this last night.

The milk act needs an ammendement so that CQM can start

http://www.ontariocanada.com/registry/view.do?postingId=5646

http://www.e-laws.gov.on.ca/html/regs/english/elaws_regs_950354_e.htm

The biggest concern I have with it is this statement  "In addition, the proposed amendments would provide for the imposition of penalties, after a hearing, if a producer failed to comply with such licensing regulations.

Isn't that great, now if you forget to sign a piece of paper you will be fined. 

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Take the subsidies, take the penaties. Boards and governments are now corporations as such can be sold, make profit, take property from their employees and trade on the stock exchange. Welcome to the NWO.

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