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Boosting support for disabilities, Political Panel and defending authors' copyright

Faith Bodnar of the B.C. Association for Community Living responds to the results of the audit of the agency that provides services for adults with developmental disabilities, and the announcement of an additional $40-million dollars in funding.
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The political panel looks at the government's handling of problems with Community Living British Columbia, the premiers' plan to find health care savings and the apparent warmth between Premier Christy Clark and Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
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In response to critics of U.S. anti-piracy  legislation, author Michael Elcock discusses the consequences for authors of widespread sharing of their creations by libraries and large sites such as Google.
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