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Recorded Video: Maori Affairs Select Committee 23/6/10

Updated: Now with recorded video

Welcome to the webcast of the Maori Affairs Select Committee..

The SmokeFree Coalition has sponsored a LIVE webcast of tomorrows hearing by the Maori Affairs Select Committee. The Submissions will include one by Dr Jeffrey Wigand. [See press release: Tobacco industry hypocrisy to be exposed]

The webcast ran from around 9:30am until 12:30 on Wednesday 23 June.

Video by R2.co.nz. This stream ideo also available from the R2.co.nz site.

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