Inside the Marble Palace sums up Sask. politics during the autumn session

According to Angus Reid polls, Prime Minister Scott Moe is one of the most popular prime ministers in Canada, behind Francois Legault of Quebec.

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This week, CBC Saskatchewan’s Adam Hunter joins Murray Mandryk and Jeremy Simes on Inside the Marble Palace.

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They summarized the stories that developed during the fall session of the Saskatchewan legislature.

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Some of the news items that made headlines included the creation of a new marshals service, $500 pay checks, an appearance by former MLA and convicted murderer Colin Thatcher at the Speech from the Throne.

They also talk about consuming alcohol in public parks and Saskatchewan’s aspirations of its own tax agency.

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