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Blair Polischuk, B.C. wine laws and Oregon right to die

Working as a photographer even when he can no longer take photographs. A man living with ALS has put together a book of his photographs to raise awareness about the disease. We meet Blair Polischuck.

Fermenting discontent. Wine and beer makers on the Gulf Islands say an archaic liquor law is hurting their business. They want the right to serve their own products in their restaurants. Our reporter Stephen Smart explains.

Speaking from experience. It's been fifteen years since the state of Oregon enacted the first "Death and Dignity" Act. We hear from someone who helped draft it.

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