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spanking law

No child deserves to be hit. There are things that children do that anger parents, or that put the child or others at risk, or are socially unacceptable, but there is never a reason to hit another human being to discipline or teach. What does this mean, in plain language? It means parents should not be allowed to hit or spank their children.
To spank, or not to spank? That is the question.
While spanking was a common form of disciplining kids for years, the tactic is now banned in 43 countries.
"Hitting another person is an act of aggression and violence. Period. We can’t be ageists."
"This is something that all Canadians need to have input into."