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NDP critic on RCMP future, Political Panel and former addict turned scientist and author

rcmp_1957.jpg    NDP Solicitor-General critic Kathy Corrigan weighs in on the debate over renewal of the RCMP contract in B.C., or replacement with a provincial police force. 

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The political panel turns their attention to some of the more controversial comments coming from the mouths of politicians this week. 

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Marc Lewis was an addict who used everything from heroin to LSD.  Now he's a professor of developmental psychology and neuro-science. He talks about his journey and his new book, Memoirs of An Addicted Brain.

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