The Record: Wednesday, January 10, 2018
After Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, a Bellevue woman with family on the island organized her own relief effort and moved her mother and brother to Seattle. We'll check back in with Fernmarie Rodriguez for an update four months after the storm.
Survivors of rape have three years to pursue charges before the statute of limitations kicks in. Now, the state legislature might extend or remove that statute of limitations for felony sex crimes. Publicola's Hayat Norimine catches us up on the proposal.
And do you want a politically inexperienced celebrity to be president? Before it was the Oprah question, it was the Trump question... and before that, it was the Teddy Roosevelt question. We'll consider Oprah 2020 with University of Washington history professor Margaret O'Mara, Seattle Times columnist Nicole Brodeur and Politico's Bill Scher.
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