TORONTO, July 18, 2014 — York University experts in political science are available to speak on the ongoing Senate expense scandal that began in November 2012, including the recent developments in the RCMP investigations on concerned individuals.
Professor Emeritus Ian Greene is available to speak on the ethics surrounding the Senate scandal and the recent development of the RCMP laying charges on former Conservative senator Mike Duffy for claiming expenses while in office.
Professor Dennis Pilon in the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies is available to speak on the political implications of the Senate scandal.
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