Striking a blow for consumers

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The Vancouver Sun (British Columbia, Canada)

California consumer activists are trying to create a three-strikes-and-you’re-out law for corporations, backing a bill that would bar a company from doing business in California if it’s convicted of three felonies in a 10-year period. “If this is good enough for individual felons in California, it’s certainly appropriate for the Enrons of the world,” says Carmen Balber, with the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights.

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