To the Editor,
Re: B.C. embarks into Clark era, Opinion, March 19.
If politicians expect to be given credit when they enshrine certain things into law like banning deficits (already repealed) and fixed election dates (would appear to be next), doesn’t it seem emminently reasonable that they also be penalized when they then dump/recind those same laws later?
The ‘Clark era’ so far seems like just more of the the same old, same old from where I sit.
Hans J. Larsen