The 180 | Nov 15, 2013 | 54:00

Ford Nation || Omnibus Budget Bill || Putting Problem Polar Bears in Zoos

On this episode Jim's guests debate whether changes to public sector bargaining processes will tip the scales too far in the government's direction, discuss a new move to put problem polar bears in zoos, and explore the limits of "Ford Nation's" support f

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