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No Need to Limit Good Work

By Jason Menard

The old adage states that it’s hard to find good help these days. So why should we set limits in politics if voters deem that someone is doing a good job?

As part of the run-up to London’s municipal elections, candidate Joe Fontana has suggested that he’ll only sit for one term as mayor, if elected. Council, as a whole, continues to debate the merit of setting term limits. Continue reading