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question about prov. politics

judge wopner

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just trying to make sure of something:

when howard hampton suggested the deficit was much bigger than the tories said it was before the election,
did he actually change his platform to show how he would alter spending to recoup the lost money,
or did he stick to a left winged spend heavy approach?
 
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AdRiaN

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Originally posted by judge wopner
when howard hampton suggested the deficit was much bigger than the tories said it was before the election, did he actually change his platform to show how he would alter spending to recoup the lost money, or did he stick to a left winged spend heavy approach?
The NDP platform, Public Power, projected spending increases in 2003-04 of $6.14 billion and an equivalent increase in revenue of $6.14 billion (primarily through personal and corporate tax hikes).
 
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