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David Bishop, Tethering Legislation, Kids And Money, Gold Digger Feedback

A New Brunswick businessman who organized a private campaign drawing attention to the provincial debt during the last provincial election is in court today for violating the Political Process Financing Act. Animal advocates in Nova Scotia call for anti-tethering laws. We take your questions and comments about kids and financial literacy. And your thoughts on The Gold Digger Clause.

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