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Queen's in the News: May 21, 2013

Arthur Cockfield (Law) – What was the government’s response to the recent tax haven data leak, on Radio Populare (Italian radio program).

Ned Franks (Political Studies) – It’s not easy but not impossible to oust a senator, in the Globe and Mail, Huffington Post and cbc.ca.

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) – Harper government buying ads to promote job grant program that doesn’t yet exist, in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Huffington Post, Winnipeg Free Press, Kelowna Daily Courier, Brandon Sun, Hamilton Spectator and a number of other national daily newspapers.

Monica LaBarge (School of Business) – Rob Ford should directly address allegations of drug use in video scandal, in the National Post, Huffington Post, Vancouver Sun, Winnipeg Free Press, Montreal Gazette, Brandon Sun and a number of other national daily newspapers.

Ken Wong (School of Business) – How the Canadian Space Agency helped launch Chris Hadfield to stardom, in the National Post.

Louis Gagnon (School of Business) – The residential real estate market has a soft landing, on Radio Canada Ontario.

Sanjay Sharma (Ophthalmology and Epidemiology) – Early screenings are the key to diagnosing glaucoma, on medicalxpress.com and several other medical websites.

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