June 1, 2016
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Terrifying parents, covering pot laws and political conventions. The National Post's Chris Selley co-hosts.

The Toronto Star joins in the long media tradition of terrifying parents.

Reporters keep getting this one thing wrong in weed coverage.

The Conservatives kick back for the press to see, while a big question arises from the Liberal convention.

Chris Selley, columnist for the National Post, co-hosts.

Chris’s Twitter: @cselley

Read Chris’s piece about the child abduction story here.

Sponsor: Squarespace

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