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VANCOUVER, Mar 2 (Lifesitenews.com)  Despite pressure from outraged Canadians over the legalization of child pornography in British Columbia, the province’s attorney general says he will allow the situation to stand until decided on by the Supreme Court. Ujjal Dosanjh said Monday he would agree to use the notwithstanding clause only “if, at the end of the day, the court says the law is fine as it is.”

Like the federal liberals, the BC attorney general has ignored the pleas of pro-family individuals who have protested that waiting for the Supreme Court to rule on the issue could take many months and leave children vulnerable in the interim.

The Canada Family Action Coalition is trying to step up the pressure by launching a “March For Children” Campaign which is aimed at collecting hundreds of thousands of signatures on a petition over the month of March. The petition asks Parliament to restore and maintain the child pornography law that was recently struck down. The petition will be presented in Parliament in early April in the hope of pressuring the government to act on this critical issue, says Peter Stock, national affairs director of CFAC.

If you would like to help with this campaign, you are asked to obtain a copy of the petition from the front page of CFAC’s website

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Source: The Canadian Press