Maritime Noon | Feb 18, 2013 | 52:40

Police on Bouncers, Legalizing Drugs, and Terry Punch

Police offer their perspective on a Halifax man's story of a possible assault by a bouncer at a bar. Your feedback on legalizing drugs. Plus, we talk genealogy -- and middle names -- with Terry Punch.

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