Alberta passes law prohibiting females under 18 from speaking without a license - 2019-10-16

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F0.png Alberta passes law prohibiting females under 18 from speaking without a license October 16, 2019, Mary Gillis, satire, The Beaverton

EDMONTON – The Alberta government has pulled an all nighter hammering out a new law that forces all females under the age of majority to apply for and receive a government license before expressing themselves verbally within the confines of the province.

"Contrary to what's being bandied about in the press, this has nothing to do with any specific current events," Premier Jason Kenney said in a press conference announcing the new law. "This is solely about keeping Alberta safe from unlicensed underage female communication."

"I want to make it clear that the government of Alberta is not afraid of teenage girls," Kenney said. "And it's currently illegal for any of them to say otherwise."

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{{cite news | first = Mary | last = Gillis | title = Alberta passes law prohibiting females under 18 from speaking without a license | url = https://www.thebeaverton.com/2019/10/alberta-passes-law-prohibiting-females-under-18-from-speaking-without-a-license/ | work = satire | publisher = The Beaverton | date = October 16, 2019 | accessdate = October 17, 2019 }}