The Morning Edition - Sask | Apr 5, 2013 | 9:57

Political Panel - Muzzled Scientists

More stories are emerging about roadblocks put up when scientists want to talk with the media about their research. Our political panel is always free to share their opinion. Stef and Murray join Sheila in studio.

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