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Frank Stanford's comment Tuesday Sept 2 2014

I am not surprised to hear on the week-end that anOTHER casino is closing in Atlantic City.

Frank Stanford's comment Monday Sept 1, 2014

The government of B-C has said repeatedly that it will not reinstate photo radar.  It will not go back into the police toolkit.
But what if a private citizen used it?
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