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On Point Radio - September 28, 2012

This week, Kathy Dunderdale rejected calls for expert testimony at the Muskrat Falls debate. Today we're asking - can a debate be credible without those experts? David is joined by Conservative MHA Paul Lane, New Democrat Dale Kirby and Liberal Eddie Joyce.

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