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Media Reports On The Charter Of Quebec Values Marked By Sensationalism And Panic

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This image released in September 2013 by the Quebec government shows a proposal for types of religious clothing allowed and not allowed for public workers, under Quebec's proposed "charter of values." (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Gouvernement du Québec) | ASSOCIATED PRESS

The recent media buzz stirred up by a sad story captures well the sense of uneasiness pervading Quebec since the ruling Parti Québécois (PQ) began working to implement a bill known as the “Charter of Quebec Values,” which would ban state employees from wearing “conspicuous religious symbols.”

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