Randy Kamp repeatedly encourages people to read the 450-page Omnibus Budget Bill (C-38) so they can relax after seeing for themselves how wonderful it is.
Unfortunately, because the bill is full of revisions to other bills, reading the budget bill in isolation would give little insight into the scope of the changes. You'd have to yank out a huge pile of other bills being revised by C-38 and read them, too. There's a possibility your head would explode.
It might help to have a law degree, and likely, years of specialized experience to understand how tweaking a subsection here or there will actually play out.
Instead of advising his constituents to read Bill C-38, perhaps Mr. Kamp could come out and take questions from his constituents the next time there is a rally at his office?
Maybe he could even hold a town hall meeting about Bill C-38, and hear from all sides. After all, summer is here, and we still live in a democracy.
Elizabeth Rosenau, Maple Ridge