The 180 | Sep 20, 2013 | 54:00

B.C. Piplines Possible Future || Worst Case Scenario Funds || Legalizing Marijuana

Jim asks federal resources minister Joe Oliver what would happen if he doesn't get B.C.'s support for new pipelines, our rogue parliament debates legalizing marijuana, and why one energy company doesn't want to give its banking information to the NEB

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