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Scrums - January 31, 2013


Heritage Minister James Moore, interim Liberal Leader Bob Rae and Bloc Québécois Leader Daniel Paillé respond to questions about Canada's changes to Royal succession laws.

Treasury Board President Tony Clement, Moore and Rae express their support for Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, who disclosed that he has a rare skin disease.

NDP justice critic Françoise Boivin and Rae discuss a request by three Conservative MPs for the RCMP to investigate late-term abortions as possible homicides.

NDP MP Charlie Angus and Rae react to comments made by Conservative Senator Patrick Brazeau and Conservative MP Royal Galipeau about Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence and the Idle No More movement.




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