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Thursday, December 15, 2016


Matthew Chan

This is good news indeed. I thought that President Obama might sign the bill into law this month. After all, he doesn't have much time left in office and who knows if President Trump would have signed it.

It's unfortunate that there even has to be a law on the matter. I would have thought that people's freedom to criticize and share opinions on a business interaction is a "universal right" in the U.S. But it is clear there are parties who do not respect that right. Hence, the law is now in effect.

I would say that the individuals who you named and boldly stood up to their opinion oppressors made a HUGE impact into helping make this law come into effect. That is amazing indeed. They deserve kudos for making a big difference for the rest of the nation.

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