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CFIB asks James Moore for help on anti-spam law

Briefs | 06/30/2014 5:36 pm EDT

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business said in a letter to Industry Minister James Moore Monday that it wants the government to emphasize "education before enforcement" in regard to new anti-spam legislation coming into effect July 1.

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