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Should all MPs post their expenses online? - Sept 19, 2013

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau is calling for his entire caucus and MPs to post claimed expenses online. Others see wrinkles in what the Liberals are up to. Today, against a backdrop of a prorogued parliament, a debate over what-to-do over what-they-spend.

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