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Scrums - November 6, 2014

Liberal Party Whip Judy Foote, NDP Deputy Leader Megan Leslie, Green Party Leader Elizabeth May, and NDP MP Charmaine Borg discuss the harassment allegations on Parliament Hill.

Health Minister Rona Ambrose and Conservative MP Terence Young comment on the passage of Vanessa's Law, which is named after Young's late daughter and deals with drug safety. The minister also discusses her meeting with a teen food safety activist, as well as the harassment allegations.

Conservative MPs Christian Paradis and Maxime Bernier respond to questions about the renaming of Montreal's Champlain Bridge.

Conservative MP Rob Anders discusses his future, the problems facing Alberta's Wildrose Party, the Prime Minister's trip to China, and the issue of harassment on Parliament Hill.

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