Week in Review: May Day protests, tunnel tolls, North Korean nukes
Weed is legal, but we're still figuring out how to talk about it around kids. State lawmakers do know this much: A billboard with a cat saying "IM SO HIGH RIGHT MEOW" goes too far.
Bertha has finally finished boring through the muck underneath downtown Seattle. Now comes the hard part: deciding how much drivers should have to pay to drive through a new tunnel.
Lawyers for Mayor Ed Murray say the attorney representing his accuser is using the legal process to launch personal attacks and should be sanctioned.
And how worried should we be over headlines about how much North Korea would love to nuke Seattle?
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Get caught up on the news:
- Seattle Times: Lawyers for Mayor Ed Murray seeking sanctions against attorney for sex-assault accuser
- NPR: Trump warns or potential 'major, major conflict' with North Korea
- Seattle Times: Highway 99 tolling: Here's how much you could pay
Our panel this week:
Bill Radke @KUOWRadke, host
Joni Balter @jbalter, host of Seattle Channel's Civic Cocktail
Ron Sims @simsron, former King County Executive
Rob McKenna @rmckenna, former Washington state Attorney General