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Scrums - October 30, 2013

Senate Leaders Claude Carignan and James Cowan discuss the proposal to allow embattled senators Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin and Patrick Brazeau to keep their health benefits even if they are suspended without pay.

Cabinet ministers Jim Flaherty, Christian Paradis, Tony Clement and parliamentary secretary Deepak Obhrai are asked about Conservative funds being used to pay for Mike Duffy's legal bills.

NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair, Liberal Deputy Leader Ralph Goodale, Liberal MP Marc Garneau, and NDP Caucus Chair Peter Julian speak to reporters about the ongoing Senate expenses scandal.

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