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On Point: A feature interview with Judy Manning

The province's attorney general, and minister of justice and public safety, was in the CBC St. John's studio for a feature interview on this week's On Point.
This week On Point, Newfoundland & Labrador's Minister of Justice and Public Safety, Judy Manning, explains why she felt she was the target of a 'character assassin' and defends a previous role she held as a compensation commissioner. 18:11

The province's attorney general, and minister of justice and public safety, was in the CBC St. John's studio for a feature interview on this week's On Point.

Judy Manning is the featured guest on this week's episode to discuss her department, her decision not to run in the upcoming byelections, and her record as a worker's compensation review commissioner.

Manning had a detailed interview on the latest political developments in her departments.

You can watch the full episode of this week's On Point with host David Cochrane in the video player above.

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