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Drummond Report Gets Thumbs Up

The new provincial cost-cutting guidelines issued by economist Don Drummond earlier today MAY help the province balance its books. But some groups are worried about how cuts in areas like education and health care will affect the services we get from Queen's Park. Businesses say they're not worried about Drummond recommendations - yet. Joining me now to talk about the good - and the bad - that HE sees in the future for businesses is Len Crispino. He's a special advisor to - and former head of - the Ontario Chamber of Commerce.Hello. Listen audio (runs 6:58)

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