The Record: Tuesday, July 2, full show
The city of Seattle has cracked down on conversion therapy, saying a therapist cannot change someone’s sexual orientation. We’ll find out what that means.
Also, residents of the McNeil Island Commitment Center for sex offenders say being locked up does not mean they should have to bathe in brown, smelly water.
And on a more appetizing note, the Space Needle restaurant is still revolving after all these years. Why are other rotating restaurants slowly winding down?
Listen to the full show above or check out an individual story:
- From the Roman Empire to the Space Needle: A history of revolving restaurants
- It's hard to get people excited about the Washington primaries
- McNeil Island's brown water leads Special Commitment Center residents to sue
- How this 'boy in the boat' overcame hardship, beat the Nazis and won Olympic gold
- Seattle City Council vote on LGBTQ therapy brings reporter to tears