Week in Review: Murray steps aside, Trump fires Comey
Mayor Ed Murray drops his reelection bid, clearing the way for a wide-open race for Seattle's next mayor.
Democrats call for a special prosecutor to investigate President Trump after he fires FBI director James Comey.
Opponents of a proposed safe-injection site for heroin users in King County launch a campaign to ban it before it can happen.
And the Kent School District cancels an international trip over concerns that undocumented students might not be able to participate.
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- Seattle Times: Seattle Mayor Ed Murray won't seek second term
- New York Times: Acting Director contradicts White House on F.B.I. inquiry
- Seattle Times: Initiative proposed to ban safe-injection sites in King County
Our panel this week:
Bill Radke @kuowradke, host
Joni Balter @jbalter, host of Seattle Channel's Civic Cocktail
Tina Podlodowski @tinapo, Washington State Democratic Party chair
Chris Vance @chrisvance123, former Washington State Republican Party chair