Central Morning | Nov 22, 2012 | 17:34

Political panel - November 22

From the Muskrat Falls debate to MHA Keith Russell's outburst at a hockey game, there's lots to talk about in Newfoundland politics. And we've assembled our political panel to have a chat. Leigh Ann speaks with former PC Premier Tom Rideout, former Liberal Cabinet Minister Kay Young, and Junior Downey, an NDP supporter in Grand Falls-Windsor.

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