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Windsor Morning | Nov 27, 2012 | 6:13

Do Conflict of Interest Rules Go Far Enough?

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has been kicked out of office after a judge ruled he violated conflict of interest rules. It's a decision the Mayor of Sarnia has been following closely. We spoke to Mayor Mike Bradley, who says conflict of interest rules don't go far enough.

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