The180

The positives of climate change, the AR-15 in Canada, and elective c-sections are a feminist issue

In this week's 180 episode, the case for taking the good along with the bad as we discuss climate change, producer Matthew Lazin-Ryder learns more about assault weapons in Canada, and a doctor argues that Canadian women should be allowed to have caesarean sections if they choose.
Arnold Schwarzenneger poses with an M-16 rifle, the military version of the AR-15, in this promotional photograph for the film Predator. (Image via 20th Century Fox)
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In this week's 180 episode, we hear the case for taking the good along with the bad as we discuss climate change, producer Matthew Lazin-Ryder learns more about assault weapons in Canada, and a doctor argues that all Canadian women should be allowed to have caesarean sections if they want them. 

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