Saturday, January 24, 2009

A question.

Still thinking about the back to work legislation in the York strike. What changed? Previously, McGuinty seemed to be very concerned about the possibility of a Charter challenge. Now, he's saying that he has no choice and has to legislate CUPE 3903 back. What's happened in the past few days? Did he get a decent constitutional opinion which suggested he could win a Charter challenge? Did someone in CUPE Ontario or CUPE National tell him that they weren't going to file such a thing? Did the NDP come on board with the legislation? Is he just a huge wimp who can't stand up to any public pressure?

Inquiring minds (well, mind) want to know.

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