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If the Supreme Court of Canada upholds the acquittal of a New Brunswick man who was fined after being caught transporting 14 cases of cheap beer and three bottles of liquor home from Quebec, the result will be "race to the bottom" for provincial standards protecting the public, argues a senior policy analyst for the Canadian Cancer Society.
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