British Columbia's Liberal Party won't be holding a legislative session this fall, and The Globe and Mail's writeup reads like wish fulfillment for small-government types:
Saying the success of their government isn't dependent on passing laws or regulations, the B.C. Liberals have decided not to hold a fall session this year.
The cancellation has angered NDP Leader Carole James who says the government has no reason to be complacent and there are many issues that need debate…
"I haven't heard anybody thus far who has said I'm offended you decided not to impose more laws," [House Leader Mike] De Jong said. "We're not simply going to reconvene the legislature because the NDP opposition can't think of anything to do."
HT: To The People.