Shhhh: Senate Quietly Ends 171 Years Of Scrutiny With Bill

An obscure Senate bill will end a tradition, dating from 1841, that grants Canadians “their rightful access to the laws and regulations that govern their daily lives,” critics warn. Conservative senators declined interviews on the little-known measure that would permit unseen rules from unknown sources.

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