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After months of unrest, the Quebec legislature passed Bill 78 this past Friday in the hope of “restor[ing] order” to the province. Although the law has an expiration date of July 2013, its “temporary” effects are substantial, according to The Media Co-op. Not only does it place serious restrictions on how people are permitted to picket and heightened consequences for those who do, but it also “suspends” the semester for schools affected by the strike.

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